Nedžad Branković

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Nedžad Branković (born 28 December 1962, Višegrad, Yugoslavia) is a Bosnian politician. He is the former premier of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina after resigning in June 2009. He holds a Ph.D. degree from University of Sarajevo.

The Center for Investigative Reporting - Bosnia-Herzegovina looked at how Branković was able to earn a practically free apartment from the government of Bosnia in an article titled "A Lucky Real Estate Deal." They also chronicled his conflicts of interest in his ownership of a privatization fund management firm in an article titled "Slovenian Company Pushes Out Bosnian Owners and Investors ."

Branković has also been condemned for selling debts owed to Bosnia by the Democratic Republic of Congo to a FG Hemisphere. Bosnian police claimed Branković acted illegally in selling the debt, which was owned by the country, but sold personally, and recommended he be charged. No charges have been brought.[1]

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