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Montenegro

THE ANTI-CORRUPTION COMMITTEE 11. 09. 2019.   >>  18:16 0

THE ANTI-CORRUPTION COMMITTEE

No Prosecution report on "Envelope"

The Supreme and Special Prosecutor's offices have refused to submit to the Anti-Corruption Committee a separate Report on the handling of the "Envelope" affair, Radio Montenegro reports.

As explained by the Chairman of the committee Predrag Bulatovic, they are obliged to submit reports, but also to attend the sessions of the committee and thus, as he said, they violated the practice of the House of Representatives of Montenegrin citizens.

Missing any grounds, the Anti-Corruption Committee, in agreement with its members, ended the session without discussing the topic on the agenda.
"There is no dilemma that the Supreme and Special State Prosecutors have brutally violated several laws, especially the Law on the State Prosecutor's Office, which prescribes an obligation to submit a special or periodic report on the basis of the law of the competent working body," Bulatovic said.
He said that coming to the session and submitting the report would not violate the Law on Classified Information because the members of the Committee have access to classified information without permission, and that Stankovic and Katnic could have requested the session to be closed to the public.
The SDP MP Rasko Konjevic said it was the first time ever that a state official did not respond to an invitation by the Assembly and competent working bodies and submit report in accordance with the law.
 "This is a kind of 'coup', but this time not between branches of government, because the prosecution is not a branch of government. This is a big 'slap' for the deputies, because we are the force from which other authorities originate," Konjevic said.

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