The defendants, Vitomir Tomić (1959) and the company Promex TV d.o.o. Zvornik, are charged with tax evasion in the amount of BAM 89,358.90 by which the BiH budget was damaged.
A Prosecutor and an Investigator from the Special Department for Organized Crime, Economic Crime and Corruption, together with SIPA police officers, have undertaken activities in coordination with their counterparts from Slovenia in order to prevent possible money laundering related to the procurement of protective masks for a Slovenian company.
Prosecutor in charge of the case has requested that the measure of custody be extended on the basis of all the grounds for custody described in Article 132, Paragraph 1 of the Criminal Procedure Code of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
The Prosecutor’s Office of BiH is actively working on the investigation with a view to filing an indictment.
A prosecutor from the Terrorism Section requested the extension of custody for suspects Hamza Labidi (1998) and Emir Ališić (1970) for another two months.
Efficient detection and prosecution of all criminal offences that could endanger the health and safety of citizens and are linked with the prevention of and protection from the spreading of the Corona virus - COVID-19 is of utmost importance, as we have seen that irresponsible and unlawful behavior of individuals can cause unfathomable damage to citizens.
Custody was proposed for the reasons set forth in Article 132, paragraph 1, item d) of the Criminal Procedure Code of Bosnia and Herzegovina, due to the fact that the suspect’s behavior has seriously endangered the health of the citizens of Bosnia and Herzegovina, as he released three persons coming from Austria - one of the countries with intensive transmission of the Coronavirus, who did not have valid travel documents, without referring them to any sanitary or health examination.
An investigation conducted has shown that a border police officer requested and received a gift at the Brčko Border Crossing in order to let three persons arriving from the Republic of Croatia enter Bosnia and Herzegovina, which is contrary to the valid regulations.
Given the current situation concerning the prevention and protection against the spread of the Corona virus COVID-19, the Chief Prosecutor Gordana Tadić established a Coordination Team of the Prosecutor’s Office of Bosnia and Herzegovina, which is sitting in a permanent and continuous session.
The accused Senad Svraka (1966) is charged with aiding the criminal offense of Tax Evasion, which was committed by the accused Aida Svraka (1980) and the company ELSTER COMMERCE d.o.o. /Limited Liability Company/ from Sarajevo, in the period from 2008 to 2011.