Multimillion Investment by a Public Official’s Son Falls Through

Multimillion Investment by a Public Official’s Son Falls Through

19 July 2019, 17:19

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In order for a company co-owned by Dejan Drecun, son of Serbian Progressive Party official Milovan Drecun, to build a biomass power plant in Veliko Gradište, a land lease tender was called specifically for that purpose in 2016. Even though the company had violated the contract from the start, it was terminated over two years later*, while the multimillion euro investment failed to materialize

By: Teodora Ćurčić

Serbia’s ruling SNS MP denies Constitutional rights to journalists and NGOs

We call on the Government and Parliament to stop using institutions for a showdown with independent media and organisations on the same day when Serbia signed a joint statement obliging itself to protect media freedom

11 July 2019, 21:11

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Pink TV Drones Weren’t Allowed to Fly Over One of the Five Million Rally

The six unmanned aircraft which, according to Pink TV owner Željko Mitrović, enabled this television to broadcast live the April 13 rally in downtown Belgrade, flew in restricted airspace without the knowledge of the competent institutions. Such flight is not in line with the law and jeopardizes people’s safety, experts say

17 May 2019, 08:17

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Transparency Serbia: Non-Transparency and Selectivity of the Tax Administration

The Center for Investigative Journalism of Serbia (CINS) is publishing a legal analysis conducted by the Transparency Serbia organization, which is based on our findings presented in the article headlined Tax Administration Checks Južne Vesti, but Not Televisions Connected with Gašić

30 April 2019, 19:30

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Transparency Serbia: Unpunished Violations

The Center for Investigative Journalism of Serbia (CINS) is publishing a legal analysis conducted by the Transparency Serbia organization, which is based on our findings presented in the article headlined REM’s Concessions to Televisions to the Detriment of Children

30 April 2019, 18:30

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Transparency Serbia: Findings of Monitoring by REM Service and Their (Non-)Use

The Center for Investigative Journalism of Serbia (CINS) is publishing a legal analysis conducted by the Transparency Serbia organization, which is based on our findings presented in the article headlined REM Council Ignores Findings of Its Own Service in Bid to Justify Television Campaigns

30 April 2019, 17:30

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Transparency Serbia: REM, RTS and Commercials During “Events of National Importance”

The Center for Investigative Journalism of Serbia (CINS) is publishing a legal analysis conducted by the Transparency Serbia organization, which is based on our findings presented in the article headlined REM Enables Serbian Broadcasting Corporation to Earn Additional Revenue Contrary to Regulations

30 April 2019, 13:30

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