Sarajevo Prosecution received reports of many employees with forged diplomas

Source: Fena/Federalno tužilaštvo FBiH

Chief Prosecutor of Bosnia’s Federation (FBiH) entity Munib Halilovic met in Sarajevo with Erduan Kafedzic, the Head of the Anti-Corruption and Quality Management Office in Sarajevo Canton, and Eric Larson, Anti-Corruption Adviser at the Office, to discuss the Office's work on prosecuting crimes it detects, as well as the supervision of work on these cases by the FBiH Prosecutor's Office of FBiH, Fena news agency reported Wednesday.

Representatives of the Office informed the Chief FBiH Prosecutor of a number of criminal charges that had been filed with the Sarajevo Cantonal Prosecutor's Office against employees who had forged diplomas, as well as against a number of persons who had not complied with the Law on Reporting and Verification of Property Assets of Public Officials in the Sarajevo Canton, adding that they expect the said cases to be processed.

Chief FBiH Prosecutor Munib Halilovic expressed readiness to cooperate and provide all kinds of support in the processing of all cases, especially in corruption cases in the Sarajevo Canton, but also the entire Federation, the Prosecutor's Office said.

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