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Turks ask new subventions for KAP. State leaders hide bank accounts. Mihailo: Government doesn't have an interest to solve the church issue.
Representatives of the Ministry of Economy and Tosyali group talked yesterday about the Podgorica Aluminum Plant, KAP, and about the elements of the offer for taking iver the factory by the investor from Turkey. According to the information obtained by Vijesti, Turks openly asked from the Government subventions for the electricity neccessary for aluminum producion.
Out of 3,498 public officials in Montenegro, more than a half of them, when submitting their property cards to the Commission for prevention of conflicts of interests, didn't state whether they have any savings in the bank, Slobodan Lekovic, Commission's chairman, told Dan yesterday.
In the speech dedicated to the Day of Saint Peter of Cetinje, Montenegrin bishop said that for the Montenegrin Orthodox Chruch the government won't have legitimacy unless it protects this church.
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.