Sinisa Mali

  • Serbia: Land Illegally Acquired by Belgrade Mayor Returned to State

    By Bojana Pavlović, Nataša Marković

    A Serbian court ruled that ten hectares of land illegally acquired by Belgrade’s mayor and his father 12 years ago must be returned to the state, KRIK reported Monday.

  • Serbia: Information About Demolished Neighborhood Still Lacking

    Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic told N1 Television Sunday he has no information about who is behind the events of Moday last week, when about 30 masked men, armed with baseball bats, tore up multiple buildings in Belgrade using diggers, and mistreated several locals.
  • Serbia: Government waives debt of Air Serbia to Belgrade airport

    The Serbian government has asked the Belgrade airport to forgive local carrier Air Serbia a debt of more than US$ 22 million, according to the Serbian Crime and Corruption Reporting Netork (KRIK). The debt constitutes all payments owed by the carrier to the airport for a one year period meaning the airline essentially used the airport for free for one year.

  • The case of Sinisa Mali

    mali-caseSiniša Mali, the powerful mayor of the Serbian capital of Belgrade and a close associate and former advisor of current Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vučić, prides himself on being a modern, progressive leader.

    The American-educated Mali builds parks and casts himself as a corruption free family man and a shrewd businessman who advised the government on economic issues and is corruption free.

  • A Mayor Helps a Father

    Sinisa MaliSinisa Mali, as the mayor of Belgrade, and a man close to Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic, prides himself on being a modern, progressive leader. The American-educated Mali casts himself as a corruption-free family man and a shrewd businessman who advised the government on economic issues. But a look into his business deals shows a very different story. Instead, he helped destroy a once proud Serbian business and left workers poor and a solid company capable of earning foreign trade destitute and in debt. 

  • The Mayor’s Free Land

    A company controlled by Mayor of Belgrade Sinisa Mali and his family obtained more than 10 hectares of agricultural land worth anywhere from €123,000 to € 250,000 (US$140,000 to US$290,000) for free from a privatized state company.

  • Serbia: Journalists’ Cameras Seized as Belgrade Mayor Ducks Questions

    The mayor of Belgrade has refused to comment on reports that he is the director oftwo offshore companies that own 19 apartments in Bulgaria worth an estimated total of US$ 6.1 million.

  • The Mayor’s Hidden Property

    sinisa maliSinisa Mali, the powerful mayor of the Serbian capital of Belgrade and a close associate of Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic, is the director of two offshore companies that own 19 resort apartments worth about US$ 6.1 million on the Bulgarian Black Sea coast, reporters for the Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project (OCCRP) and KRIK have learned.

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