Ever since the plane crash in Greece, the public has been wondering about who is employed at the Valir company that was selling mines from Krušik. CINS can now reveal who the people at this company are.
Even though the Ministry of Environmental Protection’s documentation states that they can only use the system for reporting environmental issues, for which they paid 2.6 million EUR, because copyright ownership is in the hands of the company Tcom that created it, Minister Irena Vujović claims that the system is owned by the state.
The job worth 144 million RSD that involves upgrading the gReact system for reporting environmental issues was awarded to Tcom, the very same company hired to introduce this system. Although it was made for the Ministry of Environmental Protection, ownership of gReact remains in the hands of Tcom. Experts explain that in this way, the Ministry invested in a private company’s product that the company can sell to other customers, while the Ministry can only be its user.
Cases initiated due to doubts over the legality of the ruling party’s financing ended ingloriously, leaving behind more questions than answers. CINS reveals a police report that depicts how institutions have led to the collapse of these cases.
The story about exports of Serbian weapons to Myanmar was among the best investigative stories published in the last year, the jury decided as part of the “Dejan Anastasijević” award for excellence in investigative journalism. CINS journalists Dina Đorđević and Jovana Tomić, as well as Marija Ristić and Saša Dragojlo from the Balkan Investigative Reporting Network (BIRN), all participated in this cross-border investigative story.
After the fire that broke out in the residential building in Bač in October 2020, tenants were promised new public housing, but this has not happened to date. In a controversial and urgent procedure, the Municipality chose a company for the construction of apartments, and then kept pushing the deadlines for completion of works, CINS can reveal.
The jury that hands over the European Union (EU) investigative journalism awards has awarded first prize to CINS journalist Dina Đorđević for a series of articles on air pollution in Serbia. CINS journalists Teodora Ćurčić and Stefan Marković have received special praise for the database titled How Much Does an MP Cost?
The data CINS received from 21 healthcare institutions show how many vaccinated and unvaccinated people there are among the hospitalized and deceased COVID-19 patients.
Having landed at the Nikola Tesla Airport on a flight from Vienna, on July 15 this year, a passenger headed toward the exit with the sign NOTHING TO DECLARE. Passengers carrying goods not subject to customs duties pass through this exit every day. However, this passenger did not have the usual luggage with him. Customs officers discovered in his possession a painting called The Sentinel, by Paja Jovanović, bought for more than 140,000 euros, along with over 15,000 euros in cash. Although the media reported on this person as a mystery passenger, CINS reveals that the passenger in question is a Belgrade city administration secretary, Nikola Kovačević.
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