Die Serbische Telekom Ministerin Jasna Matić wurde verhaftet – in Deutschland gibt es keine Justiz für korrupte Minister

Wie der Visa Skandal zeigte, ebenso der Europarat GRECO Bericht Deutschland die Justiz kritisiert, weil Bestechung für Politiker usw.. straffrei ist. zeigt Deutschland das es im abseits in Europa und in der Welt steht. In vielen Balkan Ländern, wurden sogar Ex-Premier Minister verhaftet, verurteilt wegen Bestechlichkeit und etliche Minister. In Deutschland macht man mit der Auslands Bestechungs, Kick Back Geschäften rund um Lobby Wirtschafts Vereine recht munter weiter und mit kriminellen Partner vor Ort.

Gegen die Deutsche Telekom deren Ungarische Tochter wurde, wegen Bestechung in Montenegro ein SEC Verfahren eingeleitet.

Lehrmeister Deutschland: Korruption im Krankenhaus Wesen in Griechenland

 

US offer evidence of corruption in the privatization of Montenegro Telekom

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By Adnan Prekic – Podgorica

The U.S. Commission of Security found evidence of bribery in the privatization of Montenegrin Telekom, said in a statement from the U.S. Embassy in Podgorica. The US embassy today called on the authorities to conduct a thorough investigation and bring those who are guilty in this case to justice. Cases of corruption during the sale of the Montenegrin national telecommunications company were unveiled in the US when the Hungarian Telekom shares were listed on the American Stock Exchange.

The corruption scandal regarding the sale of the Montenegrin Telecom to a company from Hungary, which operates under the corporate T-Mobile, opened two years ago. The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission of value, while controlling shares listed on the Stock Exchange has found irregularities in the transaction. The former directors of Hungarian Telekom in 2005 had been accused of bribing several Montenegrin officials with 7.35 million Euros. In this report, apart from the Montenegrin officials also accused was – “the sister of a senior official who is practicing law.” Based on that description, all in Montenegro then recognized Anu Kolarević, sister of the current Prime Minister Milo Djukanovic.

The judicial process in the United States that opened in late 2011 ended very  fast, after the Hungarian Telekom namely its owner Deutsche Telekom, agreed to pay a settlement of 95 million dollars to close the case. Cases of corruption during the sale of state-owned telecommunications company then opened a large debate in Montenegro. Montenegrin prosecutor’s office had opened proceedings in January 2012 and the United States provided them with complete documentation on the case. However, the indictment did not occur and the whole case still remained in a standstill.

The fact that the United States have evidence of corruption related to the purchase of Montenegrin Telecom, was announced over the country’s embassy in Podgorica. The embassy was informed that security control identified corrupt practices in the sale of the Montenegrin and FYR Macedonian Telecom, but because of rationality in the process they will not deal with these cases related to Montenegro. The Commission for Securities and Stock Exchange have come up with evidence of bribery in Montenegro, as specified in the announcement of the Embassy. The U.S. Embassy urges the authorities to conduct a thorough investigation and bring to justice those who are guilty in this case, said the Embassy.

U.S. investigating authorities have received information that the three directors of Hungarian Telekom, in order to get two-thirds stake in the Montenegrin Telekom on the basis of four fake consulting contracts, bribed several Montenegrin officials as well as the “sister of a senior official who is practicing law.”

– See more at: http://www.balkaneu.com/offer-evidence-corruption-privatization-montenegro-telekom/#sthash.07VJAgfO.dpuf

Crime | March 26, 2014 | 10:00
Former minister arrested in corruption case
Source: B92, Tanjug, Večernje novosti

BELGRADE — Former Minister of Telecommunications Jasna Matić was arrested on Wednesday morning, it has been confirmed.

Jasna Matić (Tanjug, file)
Jasna Matić (Tanjug, file)

Beside serving in the cabinet of Prime Minister Mirko Cvetković, she was previously at the helm of the Serbia Investment and Export Promotion Agency (SIEPA).

Matić is suspected of illegal activities while at the agency. Three other former SIEPA chiefs – Božidar Laganin, Vesna Perić, and Bojan Janković – have also been detained on suspicion that they abused their official position.

The police said on Wednesday that the four are suspected of concluding 1,339 fake authorship contracts from 2006 until 2013, thus incurring RSD 119 million damage to the budget, and enabling other persons to illegally gain a further RSD 91 million.

The contracts were signed with persons already employed by SIEPA and concerned work that was already part of their job description. This practice was in violation of several laws, it has been announced.  http://www.b92.net/eng/news/crimes.php?yyyy=2014&mm=03&dd=26&nav_id=89775

The Slovenian Prosecutors’ office has indicted Anuška Delić

Slovenia: Journalist Accused of Leaking Intelligence Agency Secrets
The Slovenian Prosecutors’ office has indicted Anuška Delić, an OCCRP partner and journalist for
Slovenia: Journalist Accused of Leaking Intelligence Agency Secrets

Thursday, 27 February 2014 14:55
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The Slovenian Prosecutors’ office has indicted Anuška Delić, an OCCRP partner and journalist for the Slovenian newspaper Delo, for allegedly publishing classified secrets.
If Delić is found guilty of violating the second paragraph of article 260 of the Slovenian Criminal Code, which pertains to classified information, she could face up to three years in prison.
Delo reports that the case was filed in the district court on April 2013, but is still being examined by the presiding judge nearly a year later.

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Delo Journalist Anuška Delić. Photo Uroš Hočevar/Delo

Delić says that the investigation was initiated by the Slovene Intelligence and Security Agency (SOVA) as retaliation for her investigative work.
During the 2011 parliamentary campaign, Delić wrote about links between the Slovenian Democratic Party (SDS), led by former Prime Minister Janez Janša, and extremist groups, specifically the Slovenian division of the neo-Nazi “Blood and Honor” group.
Delić said, “This process is – at least in the part it pertains to me – clearly politically motivated, in other words, it is a retaliatory measure for my disclosure of the dark side of a big political party and for our courage in publishing this during the election campaign.”
Delić believes she has been accused because authorities “wish to identify my sources and aim to curtail freedom of media and journalists’ work.” She added that she would go to jail if need be rather than reveal her sources.
Drew Sullivan, editor of OCCRP, condemned the indictment, saying the charge is one “commonly used by governments to punish journalists.”
Janša, who was serving a second term as prime minster in 2013, lost his position in an unrelated case, BBC reports, following accusations of corruption and bribery.