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Former Croatian Prime Minister- Ivo Sanader Jailed For Running Embezzlement Network

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Former Croatian Prime Minister- Ivo Sanader Jailed For Running Embezzlement Network

Former Croatian Prime Minister- Ivo Sanader Jailed For Running Embezzlement Network

Ivo Sanader, a previous Croatian Prime Minister has been given an 8-year prison sentence in the wake of being seen as blameworthy of siphoning a large number of euros from public assets in a long-running debasement case.

Sanader who has anyway denied debasement accusations for the situation and is relied upon to request his conviction to a higher court was seen as blameworthy of making slush assets for his moderate HDZ party by taking cash from public organizations through an advertising office.

The previous PM who is at present carrying out a jail punishment for another defilement case and will likewise be needed to pay 15.8 million kunas (2,000,000 euros, $2.5 million) when the decision becomes last, coordinated misappropriation including illicit gifts and invented bargains including state-run firms, as indicated by the decision.

Former Croatian Prime Minister- Ivo Sanader Jailed For Running Embezzlement Network

His previous HDZ party, which is presently in power was fined 3.5 million kunas ($547,071.60) by the court and should likewise restore nearly 14 million kunas of illicitly acquired assets.

The gathering which has additionally dismissed the preliminary which prompted the conviction and imprisoning of two of its authorities and vindication of one said it will bid the decision.

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Sanader is serving a different jail term subsequent to being indicted for accepting hush money in 2008 while orchestrating a structure having a place with a gathering associate to be offered to a service at a cost higher than its reasonable worth.

He was additionally sentenced for taking hush-money from Hungary’s oil bunch MOL in 2008 in return for letting it become a predominant investor in Croatian energy firm INA and for accepting kickbacks from Austria’s then-Hypo Alpe Adria Bank in the mid-1990s. Sanader has denied charges in the two cases and engaged higher courts.

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