Djukanovic declared his assets

Former prime minister and the leader of the Democratic Party of Socialists (DPS), Milo Djukanovic, declared his assets, a year after he left the post, Dan reports.

He earns €1,500 a month as a consultant to the Capital Invest company. He is also the consulting company’s founder, authorised representative and only owner, as is shown in the property and income report he submitted to the Agency for the Prevention of Corruption (ASK).

He did not allow the agency to check his bank accounts and the origin of money on them.

Djukanovic is the chairman of the Basketball Association of Montenegro and does not receive wage for the engagement.

He is a 100% owner of the Capital Invest, 50% co-owner the Global Montenegro company and owns 25% of shares of Universitas (the University of Donja Gorica (UDG) operates within it).

According Djukanovic’s asset declaration, the company Global Montenegro owns a 20,130 square meters land plot in Budva that is used as collateral for a loan.

There is no data on Djukanovic’s Capital Invest company’s real estates. The company owns an Audi A6.

Djukanovic is the owner of a 187 square meters apartment in Podgorica.

He also owns the ruins of 30 and 40 square meters buildings, which he bought in Niksic.

Djukanovic also owns three pastures (440, 805 and 243 square meters) in the Kocani village in Niksic.

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