Former Montenegrin parliament speaker and leader of the Social Democratic Party, SDP, Ranko Krivokapić, knows nothing about the defalcation and forgery for which the ex-cashier (T.Č.) has been accused of, the SDP told CdM.
Namely, the Basic State Prosecutor’s Office in Podgorica, ODT, issued a bill of indictment against T.Č., a cashier in the Department for Financial Affairs within the Parliament of Montenegro, on suspicion of continued criminal offence – defalcation, and continued criminal offence – forgery.
The SDP claims that disputable invoices started to appear, that is, they were misused when Krivokapić had already been dismissed. As they say, invoices first appeared in April 2016, while Krivokapić was dismissed from his function on 19 May 2016.
“95% of disputable invoices were signed while Darko Pajović and Ivan Brajović were performing duties of the parliament speaker and what’s even more significant, none of them could have known about this as they themselves had nothing to do with the technical affairs of the Parliament,” the SDP was adamant on defending Krivokapić.