The Prosecutor’s Office of the Canton of Sarajevo is checking the allegations about falsified documents the company Prointer ITSS submitted in the 2020 tenders of the FBiH Ministry of Labor and Social Policy, on which CIN reported previously.
Transparency International in Bosnia and Herzegovina filed a criminal complaint against the Minister of Transport and Communications of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Vojin Mitrović, for unlawfully adopting a new Rulebook on vehicle registration. According to the Rulebook, millions of marks collected from vehicle registration validation stickers could end up in the hands of private businessmen instead of the budget, as CIN wrote about last month.
The FBiH Ministry For Issues Of The Veterans And Disabled Veterans Of The Defensive-Liberation War refused to share reports on the spending of funds allocated for employment through veterans’ co-ops with CIN, even though the Sarajevo Cantonal Court had previously ruled that such a decision was illegal.
In the future, millions of marks from the collection of vehicle registration stickers could go to the coffers of sole traders instead of the budget of Bosnia and Herzegovina. This is determined by the new Rulebook, which the state minister of transport and communications adopted without consultations and approval.
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