Sarajevo Canton Prosecutor’s Office launched an investigation into a private health care provider My Clinic business deals. Dr. Emir Talirević owns the clinic.
Public Call for Businessman Talirević
A public call for histopathological testing in Sarajevo stipulated that only private clinics could compete. Only one had a license to do this type of analysis.
Sebija Izetbegović’s Expensive Histopathology
After Sebija Izetbegović was appointed manager of General Hospital, she outsourced histopathological testing to a private clinic of a friend who did the work for nearly triple the old price.
Drugs in USK: Fund Lost Millions that Went into Businessmen’s Pockets
For nearly 10 years, the Una-Sana Canton Health Care Fund illegally bought drugs from two private firms using taxpayer money.
Private Interests Stronger Than Law
Firms belonging to current or former Bosnian officials received public procurement contracts worth at least 85 million KM over the a five-year period.
Russians Improperly Parked in Bosnalijek
Haden, a Luxembourg investment, arranged a buyout of Bosnalijek’s shares in violation of laws and Sarajevo stock exchange rules.
The Cost of Pills for Bosnalijek
Two years after Russian investors took over Bosnalijek for 32 million KM their firm went bankrupt, defaulting on as much debt to the Sarajevo factory as they had put down for its acquisition.
A TIMELINE OF FRAUD: The Life and Times of Esed Radeljaš
The Center for Investigative Reporting in Sarajevo presents the highlights in the career of Esed Radeljaš.
Political Parties’ Grip on Schools
Political party members who sit on school boards in Tuzla Canton are firing principals and appointing party peers in their place.
Marketing of Mayors at Expense of the Poor
Last year, government agencies paid out some 31,500 KM in taxpayer money to the organizer of a ceremony for best manager awards, and the awards went to the officials who headed those agencies.
- Public Call for Businessman Talirević