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Government asks steel mill workers not to go on strike. Director of Croatian state prosecution's office offers help to the Montenegrin colleagues from the special prosecution for organized crime. Members of management board of minorities fund illegaly allocated half a million euro.
Government of Montenegro warned on Monday employees in Niksic Steel Mill, now named Toshcelik, that the strike, announced by their trade-union leaders, would endanger investments, their jobs as well as the factory's very survival.
The top experts which spent years in Croatia, helping the state prosecution, are now in Montenegro, the director of Croatian Office for countering corruption and organized crime Darko Cvitan said. He didn't specify exactly experts he was talking about, but it can be assumed that it is a team which helped the case against former prime minister Ivo Sanader, who is on trial for involvement in numerous corruption affairs.
Mandate of certain members of management board of minorities fund expired on August 7 this year, although they brought a decision about allocation of half a million euro only ten days later, what is illegal, the NGO Civic Alliance warned.
The Serbian paramilitary who became a key prosecution witness at his former comrades’ trial for war crimes in Kosovo says he had to speak out about the brutal massacres his unit committed.