The Prosecutor’s Office of Bosnia and Herzegovina has accused the director of Bosnalijek, Nedim Uzunović, his associates, and family members of using the company’s funds to purchase shares, cars, and real estate in Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina.
The former member of the Brčko District Assembly was sentenced to prison for abusing his position by awarding grants to associations.
Municipal Court in Zenica approved indictment against Senaid Begić, the FBiH legislator and a former director of Zenica-Doboj Canton Health Care Fund and Omer Avdaković, the head of Fund’s finances, on charges of abuse of office and fraud in office. CIN has already written about it.
Ramo Brkić’s lawyer Asim Crnalić called the witness’s testimony into question. Photo: VSTV The court stopped the testimony of a prosecution witness Nedžad Kurtović in the case against Ramo Brkić— the former police commissioner of Una Sana Canton. The witness talked about the facts for which he could face criminal charges as well. The lead […]
At least eight candidates for municipal mayor positions in Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) do not have an impeccable past, but this will not have any effect on their running for office found an investigation by the Center for Investigative Reporting in Sarajevo (CIN).
Today, a Panel of Judges of the Cantonal Court in Sarajevo acquitted Dragan Čović, the president of the Croatian Democratic Union of abuse of office charges in the case of the Lijanovićs.
Today at the Cantonal Court in Sarajevo were presented closing arguments at the trial of Dragan Čović, charged with abuse of office while he was the FBiH Finance Minister in 2000.
The trial of Dragan Čović continues at the Cantonal Court in Sarajevo. He is charged with undersigning paperwork that waived the Lijanovićs’ firms from paying 1.8 million KM in custom duties on imports of chicken at the time when he was the finance minister of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina (FBiH).
The Cantonal Court in Sarajevo has an eight-day deadline to confirm it or toss it out.
The 21 officials Financial Police of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina identified in a 2003 report on public corruption in SBK Canton and listed in order of position and severity of suspected offenses. Nine are candidates for office on Oct. 1.