The Chief Prosecutor of the Prosecutor’s Office of BiH, Gordana Tadić, together with her associates, met with representatives of the Red Cross of Bosnia and Herzegovina (DCKBiH), Secretary General Rajko Lazić and Head of the Search Service Elvira Šišić.
The suspects are charged with the criminal offences of Unlawful Deprivation of Liberty under Article 147 and Obstruction of the Justice under Article 241 of the Criminal Code of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Having questioned the suspect, a Prosecutor of the Prosecutor’s Office of Bosnia and Herzegovina sent a proposal to the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina seeking custody measure to be ordered in regard to the following suspect:
The accused Armin Isović, born in 1992 in Sarajevo, is charged with illicit trade in more than 3200 packs of cigarettes without appropriate excise stamps that are prescribed by the tax legislation of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
The accused Almira Duradbegović (1995) is charged with illicit trade in around 6000 packs of cigarettes with a market value of tens of thousands of BAM.
Having questioned the suspects, a Prosecutor of the Prosecutor’s Office of Bosnia and Herzegovina in charge of the case sent a proposal to the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina seeking a custody measure to be ordered in regard to
six (6) suspects and prohibiting measures to be ordered in regard to two (2) suspects for the criminal offence of Organized Crime, Smuggling of Persons, Illicit Possession of Weapons or Explosive Substances and Money Laundering.
The accused is charged with a criminal offence of corruption, i.e. that by abusing his office or official authority and by signing a temporary service contract, he allowed an employee to acquire unlawful material gain thus causing damage to the BiH budget.
The accused members of the “Ravna Gora Movement” /Ravnogorski pokret
/ / are charged with publicly provoking and inflaming ethnic and religious hatred, discord and intolerance with their acts, doings and actions among the constituent peoples of Bosnia and Herzegovina in the area of Višegrad and its surroundings, in March 2019.
A Prosecutor of the Special Department for Organized Crime, Economic Crime and Corruption has filed an Indictment against the following persons:
More than twenty suspects, including a foreign national, are being searched, deprived of their liberty and detained.