Aleksandar Obradovic, the whistleblower who discovered shady arms deals in an ammunition factory where he worked, and linked them to Serbia’s top officials, told N1 on Friday that the decision on his suspension from work was extended until further notice.
Obradovic was released from house arrest and should have been back to work at Krusik ammunition factory in Serbia’s western town of Valjevo.
He is under investigation for alleged disclosure of business secrets after sharing his five-year probe into the Krusik suspicious arms trade and the role of the father of Serbia’s Interior Minister Nebojsa Stefanovic in them, to a Bulgarian website.
The country’s authorities say the law cannot protect him as a whistleblower since he has revealed his findings to the media instead to the respective institutions.
However, Obradovicsaid he had proofs he contacted Krusik’s management, Defence Ministry and even wrote to President Aleksandar Vucic.No investigation into his claims has been launched as yet.