press review 03 Dec 12

Bosnia Press Review - December 3, 2012

Parliament to dismiss Steering Board of FTV. New jobs in Zavidovici factory. Spiric recovering from a car accident.

Sarajevo

DNEVNI AVAZ

Parliament of the Federation entity will discuss the dismissals of the members of the public broadcaster Federation Television, FTV, Steering Board following the fact that for the fourth time the financial report of the company was not supported by the lawmakers. SDP official said that the mandate to three members and the general manager Dzemal Sabic expired already.

OSLOBODJENJE

Factory for metal production Cividale BH, whose investor is Cividale Italia, should be open in mid-December in the town of Zavidovici. In the first phase 135 workers will be employed and the job is secured for 15 years. Aldin Zilic from Zavidovici who worked in Italy for years brought the company in his hometown and assured jobs to citizens in the town.

NEZAVISNE NOVINE

Nikola Spiric, Finance Minister in the state-level government, is successfully recovering after a car accident that happened on November 30 in Drvar. His hip was operated and he is currently recovering in Banja Luka hospital.

Balkan Insight has not verified the facts in the original press reports and cannot vouch for their accuracy.

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