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V. Bozovic: Die Serbische Polizei ist kriminell und korrupt

Erstellt von lupo-de-mare, 24.10.2004, 20:55 Uhr · 5 Antworten · 789 Aufrufe

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    V. Bozovic: Die Serbische Polizei ist kriminell und korrupt

    Über die Korruption in der Serbische Polizei berichtet der Polizei Inspektor

    Police Inspector General Vladimir Bozovic

    Aktiv dabei auch beim Menschenschmuggel, Dokumenten fälschen, Veruntreung etc., ist die Serbische POlizei.

    Also ob wir das nicht Alle wissen, das auf dem BAlkan Polizei = Mafia ist.

    Corruption, While Declining, Still A Problem for Serbia's Police

    22/10/2004

    According to new research, corruption in Serbia's police has declined over the last four years, but remains a major problem. Experts say political corruption -- that arising from interference by parties, politicians and officials -- is especially dangerous.

    By Davor Konjikusic for Southeast European Times in Belgrade - 22/10/04

    Police work has been obstructed by corruption and political interference. [File]

    The Friedrich Ebert Foundation, a non-profit organisation based in Germany, recently conducted a study which found that corruption in Serbia's police has declined since 2000, but nevertheless remains a major problem.

    Researchers found that traditional types of corruption, such as bribery and fraud, are less widespread than political corruption -- that is, abuses arising from interference by politicians, parties and officials. Such abuses are far more dangerous than petty corruption, says the director of Serbia's Institute for Criminal Investigation, Dobrivoje Radovanovic. Top positions in the police are assigned to members of political parties, regardless of qualifications, he notes. And Serbian politics is rife with links to organised crime. As a result, police work is obstructed.

    According to Radovanovic, the assassination of Prime Minister Zoran Djindjic was a direct result of the nexus established between crime, politics and the police.

    "The police had everything ready for making arrests and preventing that assassination, especially after the several previous failed attempts," he says. "But they were always stopped by politicians, who kept saying 'wait a little, it's still not the time'."

    Police have also been faulted for their role in the EU sugar trafficking affair and in a scandal over trips by government ministers to the Athens Olympics, at public expense. In addition, political considerations are largely responsible for the continuing failure to arrest persons indicted for war crimes by the UN tribunal at The Hague, analysts say.

    However, Police Inspector General Vladimir Bozovic calls the allegations of widespread corruption "insufficient" and contrary to information uncovered so far. He also says action is being taken against corrupt officers.

    "A total of 27 criminal charges have been filed against 34 members of the police of different rank, with the crimes committed including embezzlement, accepting of bribes, illegal trafficking and, of course, falsification of documents, abuse of official position, corruption of administrative officials and fraud," according to Bozovic.

    Many say the problem will not be addressed fully until Serbia adopts comprehensive anti-corruption legislation, including laws on the origin of property and on free access to information.

    http://www.setimes.com/cocoon/setime...&rate=3#rating

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    Re: V. Bozovic: Die Serbische Polizei ist kriminell und korr

    Zitat Zitat von lupo-de-mare
    Über die Korruption in der Serbische Polizei berichtet der Polizei Inspektor

    Police Inspector General Vladimir Bozovic

    Aktiv dabei auch beim Menschenschmuggel, Dokumenten fälschen, Veruntreung etc., ist die Serbische POlizei.

    Also ob wir das nicht Alle wissen, das auf dem BAlkan Polizei = Mafia ist.

    Corruption, While Declining, Still A Problem for Serbia's Police

    22/10/2004

    According to new research, corruption in Serbia's police has declined over the last four years, but remains a major problem. Experts say political corruption -- that arising from interference by parties, politicians and officials -- is especially dangerous.

    By Davor Konjikusic for Southeast European Times in Belgrade - 22/10/04

    Police work has been obstructed by corruption and political interference. [File]

    The Friedrich Ebert Foundation, a non-profit organisation based in Germany, recently conducted a study which found that corruption in Serbia's police has declined since 2000, but nevertheless remains a major problem.

    Researchers found that traditional types of corruption, such as bribery and fraud, are less widespread than political corruption -- that is, abuses arising from interference by politicians, parties and officials. Such abuses are far more dangerous than petty corruption, says the director of Serbia's Institute for Criminal Investigation, Dobrivoje Radovanovic. Top positions in the police are assigned to members of political parties, regardless of qualifications, he notes. And Serbian politics is rife with links to organised crime. As a result, police work is obstructed.

    According to Radovanovic, the assassination of Prime Minister Zoran Djindjic was a direct result of the nexus established between crime, politics and the police.

    "The police had everything ready for making arrests and preventing that assassination, especially after the several previous failed attempts," he says. "But they were always stopped by politicians, who kept saying 'wait a little, it's still not the time'."

    Police have also been faulted for their role in the EU sugar trafficking affair and in a scandal over trips by government ministers to the Athens Olympics, at public expense. In addition, political considerations are largely responsible for the continuing failure to arrest persons indicted for war crimes by the UN tribunal at The Hague, analysts say.

    However, Police Inspector General Vladimir Bozovic calls the allegations of widespread corruption "insufficient" and contrary to information uncovered so far. He also says action is being taken against corrupt officers.

    "A total of 27 criminal charges have been filed against 34 members of the police of different rank, with the crimes committed including embezzlement, accepting of bribes, illegal trafficking and, of course, falsification of documents, abuse of official position, corruption of administrative officials and fraud," according to Bozovic.

    Many say the problem will not be addressed fully until Serbia adopts comprehensive anti-corruption legislation, including laws on the origin of property and on free access to information.

    http://www.setimes.com/cocoon/setime...&rate=3#rating

    deswegen hat die Polizei auch nach dem Mord an Djindjic die meisten Mafiosi festgenommen ....

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    das ist nichts neues auf dem Balkan!

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    Re: V. Bozovic: Die Serbische Polizei ist kriminell und korr

    Zitat Zitat von Aleks


    deswegen hat die Polizei auch nach dem Mord an Djindjic die meisten Mafiosi festgenommen ....
    Kriminelle bezahlen sogar Serbischen Polizisten Gehälter.

    "Blic": Serbische Polizisten im Dienste von Kriminellen





    Belgrad, 26.10. 2004, BLIC, serb.


    Bosse von kriminellen Banden zahlen serbischen Polizisten für Bodyguard-Dienste zwischen 50 und 100 Euro am Tag, meldet die Belgrader Tageszeitung "Blic". "Diese Summe ist das Hauptmotiv für die ‚Überstunden‘ der serbischen Polizisten bei den Kriminellen", hebt das Blatt unter Berufung auf eine Polizeiquelle hervor. Die Regierung in Belgrad bereite zur Zeit Maßnahmen zur Verabschiedung eines Gesetzes vor, das den Angehörigen der Polizei Nebentätigkeit erlaube, aber nicht bei den Kriminellen, sondern als Objektschutz der Banken, der Schulen, der Post und anderes, so das Blatt.


    Die Bosse von kriminellen Banden wollen unter anderem deshalb aktive Polizisten engagieren, weil sie offiziell Waffen tragen dürfen und weil sie Träger von Geheiminformationen seien, sagte Polizeiinspektor Vladimir Bozovic.


    "Blic" teilt mit, diese Frage sei nach der Schussverletzung des Polizisten Nebojsa Djordjevic, der in seiner "Freizeit" als Bodyguard für den umstrittenen Geschäftsmann Andija Draskovic gearbeitet habe, aktuell geworden. "Die Rollen haben sich in den letzten Jahren geändert. Anstatt dass die Polizei eigene Leute in das kriminelle Milieu entsendet, tun dies die Kriminellen bei der Polizei. Sie erhalten damit sowohl bewaffnete Bodyguards mit Polizeimarken als auch brauchbare Informationen, die in keinem Fall zu ihnen gelangen sollten", sagte Polizeiinspektor Bozovic gegenüber dem Belgrader Blatt "Blic". (fp)

    http://www.dw-world.de/dw/article/0,...378331,00.html

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    Die Polizei in allen Balkanländern ist kriminell und korrupt! Aber das ist doch eine Binsenweisheit. 8)

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    Zitat Zitat von FtheB
    Die Polizei in allen Balkanländern ist kriminell und korrupt! Aber das ist doch eine Binsenweisheit. 8)
    Slowenien in 2004 weiss ich nicht.

    ABer Fakt ist, das sich Auto Diebe, angebliche Unfall und Diebstahls Dokumente von der Polizei bestätigen liessen in 1997 und davor.

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