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Party of Serbia’s president involved in massive money laundering, corruption (report)

25 July 2017


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Belgrade, dtt-net.com – The ruling Serb Progressive Party (SNS) of president Aleksandar Vucic is involved for years already in a massive money laundering scheme by obliging citizens it employs in the public and private sector to pay a monthly fee of ten percent of their salaries and also a whole one-month salary in cash, according to the findings of a local daily.


 


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