The Sarajevo Canton Court upheld a lawsuit against the FBiH Ministry of Environment and Tourism for issuing an environmental permit for the small hydropower plant to former basketball player Mirza Teletović.
Judge of the Prijedor District Court Drena Marin was suspended due to the pending indictment charging her with the criminal offense of violation of the law by a judge. She appointed her sister as an ex-officio lawyer, thus enabling her to obtain benefits.
The HJPC published the financial reports of judges and prosecutors who voluntarily agreed to publicly disclose the data. A total of 189 judges and prosecutors, which is slightly more than ten percent of judicial officeholders in BiH agreed to do so.
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