Unallowed Donation of 1.3 Million EUR to the Ruling Party

Unallowed Donation of 1.3 Million EUR to the Ruling Party

22 January 2019, 09:22

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Serbian Progressive Party received office space in Belgrade as a gift, the value of which exceeds the limit of about 1.3 million EUR allowed by law. The premises have been donated by Velibor Jovanović, a member of the party, who had bought them a year before for about 250 thousand EUR. If it turns out that the law was broken in this way, the premises should be seized

By: Vladimir Kostić, Milica Šarić

Bombs and Bullets: Fear and Loathing in North Kosovo

A year after the murder of Kosovo Serb politician Oliver Ivanovic, a slew of gun and bomb attacks in Kosovo’s lawless north remain unsolved.

16 January 2019, 11:16

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Public procurements shared and secured

Mostly one bidder respectively responded to the centralized procurement for private security services for 10 republic institutions conducted by the Administration for Joint Services of Republic Bodies. Dobergard, which was the successful bidder in all public invitations it had participated in, won most contracts

28 December 2018, 13:28

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Domestic violence in Serbia: lenient punishments, weekends out, and violence again

When in prison, convicts for domestic violence are granted downtown outings and weekends out. In the last two years, a number of them were released on probation; one of them is Milan Lovrić who killed his wife several months after leaving the prison. Lovrić had previously used his time out of the penitentiary to intimidate his wife. 

20 December 2018, 08:20

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Company belonging to Nenad Kovač thrown out of business in Denmark

Over the last ten years, companies belonging to Nenad Kovač, known under the nick-name Neša Roaming, concluded business operations with the state worth about 145 million EUR. Last year, one of them was thrown out of business as a subcontractor on a large project in Denmark, when it transpired that it had failed to act in line with the regulations relating to employees 

26 October 2018, 09:26

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From Nigerian scheme to clandestine EPS procurement worht milions

Within two EPS tenders for restoration of small hydro power plants, company Hidro-Tan received almost €5 million as the only bidder. Today's leaders in the area of renewable energy sources, Hidro-Tan owned by Dragan Klisura and Eco Energo Group, co-owned by Nikola Petrović, Aleksandar Vučić's best man, initiated their development through a company belonging to Energoprojekt company, with suspected hidden ownership. Energorpojekt filed criminal charges for abuse of office and money laundering against former managers and employees in its companies, including Klisura; the charges were later dropped

18 July 2018, 08:18

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Millions from media competitions for the Srpski telegraf and Informer

Pro-governmental tabloid papers - Srpski telegraf and Informer - received the total of 23.05 million dinars through open calls for media financing, despite frequent violations of the Code of ethics of journalists of Serbia. The commissions which were deciding on allocation of funds ignored all reprimands pronounced against them by the Press Council


29 May 2018, 12:29

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