Conflict of Interest Commission Opens Case into Administration Minister

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ZAGREB, June 24, 2019 – The parliamentary Conflict of Interest Commission has opened a case into Public Administration Minister Lovro Kuščević based on a report concerning his failure to register his property in Nerežišća on the southern island of Brač.

The report also concerns an alteration of the urban development plan allowing him to build a residential property instead of a barn, an incorrectly filled declaration of assets, and a permit for house rental.

After checking the allegations from the report, the Commission will decide whether or not it will take action against the minister, the Commission’s secretary Majda Uzelac said on Monday.

She would not reveal the name of the person who filed the report, but said that it referred to last week’s media reports on the minister’s property holdings.

Kuščević said on Sunday that the media reports about the registration and declaration of his property were fabrications based on false documents. “This is a recycling of old themes,” he said, adding that he never tried to conceal how much property he owns.

More news about conflict on interest issues can be found in the Politics section.


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