Belgrade grants Tanjug tax deferment

Belgrade grants Tanjug tax deferment

03 April 2018, 10:03

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Tanjug News Agency pledged artworks to the benefit of the City of Belgrade so as to defer payment of its 5.7 million dinars tax debt through 60 monthly installments.

Story by: Dina Đorđević, Anđela Milivojević

Small hydroelectric power plants: the state and companies connected to Vučić’s best man profit most

The hydroelectric power plants owned by EPS (Serbian Electric Power Industry) and those connected to Nikola Petrović were paid more than €21 million, which is more than a half of the total amount of money citizens pay for electric power generated in hydroelectric power stations. Citizen protests against construction of such plants indicate that public interest is frequently overshadowed by interest of investors

27 February 2018, 08:27

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Pink extended loan by AOFI again

Serbian Export Credit and Insurance Agency (AOFI) granted Pink international company, broadcaster of TV Pink, a new €3.2 million in March 2017, but refuses to supply details on the loan. Since 2014, the company owned by Željko Mitrović received more than €10 million as guarantees and loans from this state agency

24 January 2018, 09:24

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Prosecutor’s office did not investigate connection between Nenad Vučković and demolishing of café belonging to Aleksandar Vavić

The case from December 2013 reveals a direct connection between Nenad Vučković called Vučko, member of Gendarmerie, and the group of Partizan supporters who demolished the café belonging to the leader of other group of supporters of the same club, Aleksandar Vavić. Vučković was never interrogated about the incident

27 December 2017, 10:27

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Vukasin Lost the Battle. But not the War.

One day this September, Vukasin Obradovic entered the offices of Vranjske, a Serbian weekly, saw the reporters who had invested their lives into the publication – as well as his own 23 years of hard work - and realized: this is the end.

18 December 2017, 15:18

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Judges and prosecutors – hundreds of complaints and few sanctions

Out of 2,731 complaints against work of judges and 523 complaints against work of public prosecutors and their deputies, in the period 2014 – 2016 bodies in charge of disciplinary sanctioning penalized judges 34 times, and prosecutors ten times

05 December 2017, 08:05

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No political will to prevent leakage of information

The case of the announced arrest of Zoran Marjanović once again opened the debate on the issue of leakage of information from institutions. A solution to this issue may lie in prosecution of those who reveal information, but in greater responsibility on part of media as well

27 November 2017, 09:27

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