Republika Srpska President Milorad Dodik is under investigation by the Prosecutor's Office of Bosnia and Herzegovina, which has already issued a search warrant for the facilities he uses, as well as all the cash transactions with which he is linked, the entity media close to Dodik's government reported on Wednesday.
Information as in the BiH Prosecutor's Office 14. RSI Srna news agency and RS Television (RTRS) announced that the newsletter devoted the first ten minutes of its central diary to a state-of-the-art judicial intelligence service for the police search of private and official premises used by Dodik and for checking its accounts and financial transactions the way "tries to balance" after the arrests of influential Bosniak politician Fahrudin Radončić for arresting the judiciary.
There is no mention of any source in the information, but comments were made immediately without questioning its authenticity, and it was emphasized the assertion of Dodik's attack on political goals.
Members of the State Investigation and Protection Agency of BiH (SIPA) earlier seized documents from private Pavlović international banks in Banja Luka and Bijeljina in January and confirmed that the required documents on the private loan received by Dodik were obtained.
The Opposition Serbian Democratic Party (SDS) previously filed a criminal charge against Dodik claiming that he was worth a sum of 750 thousand in a suspicious manner.
The Dodik amount is 2007. paid for a home purchase in the elite Belgrade settlement of Dedinje.
The SDS argues that he bought the house by cash payment for only 2008. a fictitious loan from the "Pavlovic Bank" that was previously covered and served as a formal cover for that transaction.
The Criminal Records also state that Dodik's credits are being repaid by other persons, considered as evidence of corruption involving the current RS president.