Ivica Todorić Continues Offensive, Compiles ”List of Enemies”

Lauren Simmonds

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It would seem that Ivica Todorić’s most recent agenda isn’t nearing its end, yet.

As Poslovni Dnevnik reports on the 26th of September, 2017, the former Agrokor boss arrived to a series of recent meetings held in Belgrade, Serbia, with documents about which he asked interlocutors for their expert advice and assessment of their media and legal force in potential court proceedings.

Ivica Todorić has held a series of meetings in Belgrade over the past few weeks, N1 learned from two independent sources in two countries.

Todorić arranged the meetings ahead of the beginning of a series of controversial and heated articles posted on his blog, in which he strongly accuses not only individuals, but the government as a whole of acting illegally following the adoption of Lex Agrokor (law), and talks rather extensively about being under ”blackmail and duress” throughout the extremely messy situation.

During the series of meetings held in the Serbian capital, Todorić spoke at length with a number of Croatian, Serbian and British media and business advisers from whom he wanted to find out about his position in greater detail. He also met with numerous lawyers, one of whom is highly respected in regard to his expertise in the field of international law.

As N1 learned, among the most interesting and indeed most alarming topics of the talks was the apparent dogged determination and genuine conviction held by Ivica Todorić that he had damning evidence with which he ”could bring down the government”. This statement shocked the lawyers and advisers and the team even went as far as to warn Todorić about making such bold statements, let alone such moves.

In short, the obviously furious former Agrokor boss has compiled what could be construed as a sort of “enemy” list.

At the top of the list is his own former head of finance, Ivan Crnjac, owing to business reasons but also personal ones, i.e – the relationship that linked them to Agrokor until Lex Agrokor was passed.

There are several other names mentioned, and it seems that in his latest series of quite bizarre and shocking outbursts, Todorić is taking aim at those who hold positons of political power. Agrokor’s government appointed extraordinary commissioner, Ante Ramljak, fell victim to the ex Agrokor boss’ increasingly heated blog in recent days, his and several other names were included in a barrage of accusations that involved everything from their professional pasts to personal problems.

Wondering why Mr. Todorić is suddenly firing the proverbial gun so rapidly? Find out more here.


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