BiH Parliamentary Assembly’s House of Representatives at its last session appointed the candidates for the post of director of the Agency for Prevention and Coordination of the Fight against the Corruption, and his deputies, by political connections.
As Transparency International BiH informed, there was not even a discussion held regarding the candidates proposed by the Commission for appointment and monitoring of work of the agency.
Namely, the Commission has submitted a list of 15 candidates, and proposed three candidates with the highest scores - Ramiz Huremagic, Milan Krulj and Blanka Benkovic.
However, members of the Parliament did not even declare on this proposal, but on the basis of agreement between political parties they appointed Sead Lisak to the post of director, and Dragan Slipac and Sreto Pekic for his deputies.
It is necessary to mention that Sead Lisak was only the third on the rank list composed by the Commission, Dragan Slipac was sixth, while Sreto Pekic was last on the list of 15 candidates.
Transparency International BiH condemned such decision of BiH Parliamentary Assembly and urged the competent authorities to examine the validity and legitimacy of this method of election of Management of the Agency.
Friday, 15. July 2011 at 23:18
Source: BH News
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