Opposition MP Marinika Tepic delivered evidence of what she said is the robbery of Serbia’s military industry by state and ruling party officials on Tuesday.
Tepic, deputy leader of the Party of Freedom and Justice, said that information from whistleblower Aleksandar Obradovic about dubious dealings at the Krusik munitions plant led to a “corrupt chain in the robbing of our military industry”.
She criticized Public Prosecutor Zagorka Dolovac for not reacting to reports on corruption. “It seems that Prosecutor Zagorka Dolovac does not watch N1, does not read NIN or Birn or Vreme and probably does not hear what I have been saying for six months,” Tepic told the media in front of the prosecutor’s offices.
She said that she collected all kinds of evidence, including information from the media and National Bank of Serbia documents, reports by the State Audit Institution, by herself.
“I came here to bring her all this in the hope that there are some responsible and professional prosecutors who want to do their job,” Tepic said.
Dolovac has been criticized for months by the opposition for not saying anything about the Krusik whistleblower and other cases.