"Background of attacks on Nikolić to be revealed"
Source: Politika, Tanjug
BELGRADE -- President's adviser Oliver Antić has said that "details of an international financial scheme involving Serbian politicians will be revealed on Thursday."
Oliver Antić (FoNet, file)
According to him, this will "shed light on the (media) attacks on President Tomislav Nikolić."
"The material which will show that the basest motives were the reason for some people's attacks on the Serbian president and his office will be revealed," Antič told the daily newspaper Politika.
"The synchronized attacks on President Nikolić are no accident," he stated, explaining that behind the attacks were people who feared they would face trials because their earlier deeds were slowly being discovered.
"They now wish to say they are political victims," Antić remarked.
This financial scandal will be supported by material evidence, papers, receipts and bank transactions, and foreign security agencies have been informed as well, he underscored.
According to Antić, the scandal can be compared to the one in Croatia involving former PM Ivo Sanader, and some of the people who provided evidence for Sanader's crimes helped out in this case too.
Thursday 5.12.2013 | 09:21 | Source: B92, Tanjug | Comments: (1) | Send comment
BELGRADE -- The government has told the Ministry of Economy and to the Privatization Agency to annul all acts and activities in the property sale of Vršački Vinogradi.
Wednesday 4.12.2013 | 17:02 | Source: Blic, Tanjug | Comments: (1) | Send comment
BELGRADE -- Police Director Milorad Veljović has said that the police were checking the disputed privatizations, "but also working on other cases."
Wednesday 4.12.2013 | 11:07 | Source: Beta | Comments: (2) | Send comment
BELGRADE -- Serbia is ranked 72nd on the Transparency International Organization's corruption perception list this year, Beta news agency reported.
Friday 29.11.2013 | 15:35 | Source: Tanjug | Comments: (1) | Send comment
BELGRADE -- Delta Holding owner Miroslav Mišković has said that the takeover of Port of Belgrade shares by Milan Beko's company was in the interest of the city and Serbia.
Tuesday 26.11.2013 | 09:52 | Source: Tanjug | Comments: (1) | Send comment
BELGRADE -- Milorad Veljović has said that not all of the 24 disputed privatization will have "an epilogue to the court - because not all have elements of crime."
Friday 22.11.2013 | 15:46 | Source: Tanjug | Comments: (0) | Send comment
BELGRADE -- The police have arrested five people suspected of illegal dealings involving wheat storage, prosecutor for organized crime Miljko Radisavljević told Tanjug.
Friday 22.11.2013 | 14:40 | Source: B92, Beta, Blic | Comments: (4) | Send comment
BELGRADE -- The Serbian police have confirmed for B92 that they are conducting "a financial investigation" against former cabinet minister Mlađan Dinkić.
Thursday 21.11.2013 | 09:24 | Source: Tanjug | Comments: (1) | Send comment
BELGRADE -- Dragoljub Vučićević, former director of the Velefarm company, was arrested at Belgrade's Nikola Tesla airport on Wednesday.
Monday 18.11.2013 | 15:51 | Source: B92 | Comments: (2) | Send comment
BELGRADE -- Velimir Ilić has said that "light should be shed on the hushed up affair" concerning the money extracted from Serbia and taken to Cyprus, during the 1990s.
Friday 15.11.2013 | 09:26 | Source: Tanjug | Comments: (1) | Send comment
BELGRADE -- Owner of Serbia's largest privately-held company Delta Holding Miroslav Mišković has pleaded not guilty at the beginning of his trial before the Special Court.
Thursday 14.11.2013 | 12:28 | Source: B92, Beta | Comments: (4) | Send comment
BELGRADE -- The Gazprom-owned oil company NIS filed a criminal complaint with the police, after which four persons were arrested on Wednesday.
Wednesday 13.11.2013 | 16:18 | Source: Danas, Tanjug | Comments: (1) | Send comment
BELGRADE -- The trial of Delta Holding owner Miroslav Mišković, his son Marko and owner of Nibens Group Milo Đurašković and their associates will begin on Thursday.
Wednesday 13.11.2013 | 11:15 | Source: B92, Tanjug | Comments: (5) | Send comment
BELGRADE -- Deputy Prime Minister Aleksandar Vučić has said that legal action will be taken against a number of "tycoons," and that this will happen "in a few days."
Friday 8.11.2013 | 11:16 | Source: Večernje novosti | Comments: (1) | Send comment
BELGRADE -- The Belgrade daily Večernje Novosti writes that "more than 13 tons of marijuana, heroin, cocaine" and other seized narcotics are being stored in Serbia.