(Bosnian) Aladin Abdagić dobitnik druge nagrade EU za tekst o imovini lidera HDZ-a BiH i člana Predsjedništva BiH.
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.
Paying for Government’s Errors With Bloated Gas Bills
Because of bad business moves by government-owned corporations, local firms pay up to 37 percent more for natural gas than firms from neighboring countries and the EU.
Minister Radeljaš’s Debts
Business partners gave Esed Radeljaš six and a half million KM to get the deals done. He kept the bulk of the money and did not hold his end of the bargain.
Health on a Waiting List
Patients in Cantonal Hospital Zenica typically must wait more than a year for cardiac ultrasounds.
Radeljaš’s Real Property Fraud
A minister in Bosnia-Podrinje Canton, Esed Radeljaš, has a history of double-dealing property sales – he sold other people’s property as his own and build without licenses. Instead of punishment, he is serving a term in office.
The Case of Jusufranić: Vehicle Cleaning Systems for Better Business
After leaving the Sarajevo Public Transit Authority, Ibrahim Jusufranić and his family acquired property worth millions.
With a helping hand of a renowned Bihać physician, orthopedic outlets misused public health funds for production of disability aids in Una-Sana Canton.
Doctors Sanctioned for Abuse of Prescription Orders
Una-Sana Health Care Fund revoked license for dispensing subsidized medicine from doctors Amir Cerić, Mehmed Hukić, Hajrudin Omerović and Refika Purić-Sarajlija.
Increase in Procurement Contracts in Election Years
The energy sector companies account for nearly one third of public procurement contracts entered into during the past four and a half years.
- Marketing of Mayors at Expense of the Poor