Montenegro Court Jails Former Mayor

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Podgorica’s High Court on Thursday jailed 11 indictees in a case involving illegal construction work at Zavala hill in Budva in 2007 and 2008.
Rajko Kuljaca, former mayor of the coastal resort, and Dragan Marovic, his deputy, were found guilty of abuse of office to the benefit a private company, Zavala Invest, and to the detriment of the municipal budget, of more than 800,000 euros.
Kuljaca was jailed for five years, while Marovic, the brother of Svetozar Marovic, former president of the State Union of Serbia and Montenegro, was jailed for four.
Nine others, mostly indicted for helping Kuljaca and Marovic, received a total of 21 years in jail. One, Djordje Pinjatic, was an MP for Montenegro's ruling Democratic Party of Socialists./bi/
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