Thursday, July 17, 2008


SARAJEVO, Bosnia (17 July,2008) - The “murky” business deals by Serbian fascist Milorad Dodik,the leader of the genocidal Serbian creature in Bosnia "RS", are being probed by the Bosnian State Information and Protection Agency (SIPA), Bosnian daily Oslobodjenje reports.In its report published today, Oslobodjenje quoted the Bosnian State Information and Protection Agency sources and documents.According to the newspaper, numerous “murky” activities of Serbian fascist Milorad Dodik and his "governments" – since 1998 – have drawn attention from SIPA.

The list of these activities includes the potential misuse of the donation of some 25million Euros, which was provided by the EU between 1998 and 2000 for the reconstruction of refugees’ homes.

According to the Oslobodjenje report, while some of these funds could have been diverted for the construction of infrastructure in Banja Luka and Dodik’s hometown of Laktasi – including the construction of a sports hall for the Igokea basketball team, whose director is Dodik.

According to the newspaper, SIPA is also interested in some of the recent privatisation deals arranged by Serbian fascist Milorad Dodik.

Oslobodjenje said that SIPA is looking into possible violations of public procurement and privatisation regulations, as well as in some parts of the arrangements which could have been illegal.

The local branch of the international anti-corruption watchdog organisation Transparency International has recently strongly criticised Serbian fascist Milorad Dodik’s business deals for possible misuse of funds or corruption. Yet soon afterwards, the organisation had to close its Banja Luka office for security concerns after it was targeted by what it said was “a smear campaign” by Dodik and media close to him.

In the past, various international officials have confirmed that the Bosnian state institutions have wanted to investigate Serbian fascist Milorad Dodik for potential corruption and misuse of office between 1998-2000, but any such attempts were blocked by the U.S. administration, which saw him as a key player against the then ruling against Serbian fascist party (SDS) in the genocidal Serbian creature in Bosnia "RS".

After retaking power in 2005, Serbian fascist Milorad Dodik and his SNSD Party have become much more radical in their public statements than the SDS.

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