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Criminal charges against Svetozar Marovic and Dusko Knezevic because of fraud with real estates in Budva. Montenegro's success is the success of European Enlargement, Kacin says. Part of the SNP officialy joins Lekic's alliance today.
Chairman of New Serbian Democracy Andrija Mandic filed criminal charges against Dusko Knezevic, owner of Atlas group, and Svetozar Marovic, vice-chairman of Democratic Party of Socialists, and against Mihailo Banjevic, Goran Rakocevic, and Branko Petrovic, because of the allegations that they illegaly obtained property over more than 22,000 square meters of land next to the so-called Budva's Slovenian beach (Slovenska plaza).
Montenegro's success is at the same time the success of the EU's enlargement policy and generator of changes for the rest of the region, it has been concluded during the meeting of Jelko Kacin, rapporteur of the European Parliament for the Balkans, and Dusko Markovic, vice-chairman of the Government and minister for justice and human rights.
Milan Knezevic, official of Socialist People's Party, SNP, will sign today with Miodrag Lekic, chairman of Democratic Front, an agreement about joining that opposition alliance. The agreement envisages for Knezevic and his party colleague Vladislav Bojovic to be appointed as members of presidency of the opposition alliance, Vijesti have learned.
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.