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Montenegro

THE ANTI-CORRUPTION COMMITTEE 13. 11. 2019.   >>  19:14 0

THE ANTI-CORRUPTION COMMITTEE

Katnic will not be invited to the session

The Anti-Corruption Committee has rejected the initiative to invite Chief Special Prosecutor MilivojeKatnic to a session of that assembly body in order to discuss the work of the Special State Prosecutor's Office (SDT) in the fight against corruption and organized crime.

Three opposition MPs voted in favor, while representatives of the Democratic Party of Socialists (DPS) abstained.

The initiative to schedule a meeting of the Committee regarding the Periodic Report on Combating Corruption and Organized Crime between January and October was submitted by Democratic Front MP Jovan Vucurovic.

Chief State Prosecutor Ivica Stankovic and Katnic have previously refused to submit special reports on the Envelope affair and to come to the Committee meeting. They explained that under the Law on State Prosecutor's Office, they are obliged to submit work reports, but not on special cases.

Vucurovic said that the invitation to Katnic and Stankovic to attend the sessions of the Anti-Corruption Committee and their legal obligations were turned into a media spectacle.

 "They ignore the Parliament of Montenegro and that is why I suggested to see if the people from the top of the VDT would make us worthy of their visits, to tell us what had been happening since January in the field of fighting corruption," Vucurovic said.

He said that the period for which he was seeking the report was marked by numerous scams that led the country into a situation of chaos, hopelessness and that it became apparent that the prosecution was not working and would not do its job.

Vucurovic said the leader of the Democratic Party of Socialists (DPS) Milo Djukanovic was coordinating the prosecution and that he was the one to forbid Stankovic and Katnic to attend sessions of the Anti-Corruption Committee.

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