A court in Zagreb sentenced on Monday Croatian former Prime Minister Ivo Sanader to six years and the CEO and chairman of Hungarian energy group MOL to two in prison in a new chapter of a corruption case that has been dragged through Croatia’s courts for a decade,Reuters reported.
A court in the Croatian capital of Zagreb has released former Prime Minister Ivo Sanader, accused in multiple large-scale financial crime cases, from custody.
A Croatian Court has rejected an attempt to post bail by Ivo Sanader, the former Croatian Prime Minister who stands accused of siphoning off state-owned assets through a private marketing firm during his term in office, among other charges.
Former Prime Minister Ivo Sanader, who has spent the last five years in courts over a series of financial crime charges, may leave pretrial custody on posting bail of nearly two million dollars, the Croatian Supreme Court has decided.
The Supreme Court of Croatia in Zagreb has denied a plea to free the disgraced former prime minister, Ivo Sanader, from custody.
Zagreb county court has scheduled the retrial of Croatia’s former Prime Minister, Ivo Sanader, for September 7 on charges of abuse of office, war profiteering and bribery.
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