The former director of the Zenica-Doboj Health Insurance Institute and deputy in the FBiH Parliament was sentenced to two and a half years in prison for abuse of office and authority, fraud, and embezzlement in office.
In order to completely ban the construction of small hydropower plants in the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina (FBiH), the FBiH Parliament supported the halt in issuing energy permits for the existing plants.
The database “Disciplinary sanctions against Judges and Prosecutors” contains data on 184 disciplinary decisions rendered over the last eleven years sanctioning misconduct in the workplace by judges, prosecutors, and professional associates.
Justice institutions are investigating the operations of the company Lager from Posušje due to deals worth around four million BAM. The company has been suspected of delivering altered machines to customers instead of new ones.
By favoring of authorities, the company Lager from Posušje was awarded concessions for the exploitation of natural resources in BiH, but it does not fully honor its obligations and it owes concession fees.
The Commission deciding on conflict of interest punished Dragan Čović, the president of the HDZBiH, with a 10 percent salary reduction for one month, and Nenad Nešić, the president of the DNS, with a 10 percent salary reduction for six months.
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