SNS leader still has not ‘sacked’ executives of companies that do not work well

Published on December 18, 2013 9:02 am

Five months have passed since the SNS leader Aleksandar Vucic has announced sacking of all directors of public enterprises from that party who had not worked well. He made the same statement a week ago, but nothing has happened until so far.

One of the questions that are still on agenda since the time of the reconstruction of the Government is recall of the SNS staff that led public enterprises without success as well as leaders of local autonomies who failed to achieve planned results. Vucic and other party officials spoke on several occasions about sacking of such staff but none of the given deadlines for their sacking has been respected.

The SNS Vice President Bratislav Gasic says for the Blic that the only reason for prolongation is in that fact that ‘it is a very serious and delicate matter’ and that they ‘do not want to make a mistake’.

- I can tell you that we have been analyzing their work on several occasions. These are not thieves or criminals or people who violated law in any way. Many of them simply failed to get into the matter either because of inherited debts and other problems or because of insufficient experience. All reports have been completed and forwarded to our Executive Board’, Gasic says.

Marko Blagojevic of the CeSID says for the Blic that in spite of Vucic’s intention, it is not easy to carry out sacking of directors of public enterprises or presidents of municipalities.

- I am sure that Vucic meant what he said but the process is probably more complicated than one would expect. The same was in case of the Government’s reconstruction that took several months – Blagojevic says.

Source Blic

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