Committee for Ethics of the University of Sarajevo and the Senate unanimously passed the decisions on the implementation of measures against four professors of the Faculty of Law, who were accused of violating the Code of Ethics as actors in a sex-crime affair that was shaking the University of Sarajevo for months.
The case is about the professors Bajro Golic, Zdravko Lucic, Sanjin Omanovic and Fuad Saltaga.
Golic and Lucic were pronounced a measure of exclusion from the educational-scientific process until the age of 70, Omanovic was pronounced a measure of exclusion from the educational-scientific process in a period of two years, while Saltaga received a measure of written discipline.
Dean at the Faculty of Law at the University of Sarajevo (UNSA), Borislav Petrovic, stressed at the press conference that the measures were applied only at the University of Sarajevo, and that mentioned professors have the right to work at other universities in BiH.
Professors’ employment relation is not terminated by these decisions, but they are only excluded from the educational-scientific process.
These professors were asking sex from some students in return for positive grades at the exams.
Thursday, 30. June 2011 at 01:34
Source: BH News
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