Criminal complaint against Belgrade Electric Power Company, News
The consumer organization Eftekfi announced on social networks that today a misdemeanor charge was filed against the Belgrade Power Plant company and the former director of that company, Radet Baste, due to the unjustified delay of the heating season.
In that request, it was stated that Beoelektrane made a decision to postpone the start of the heating season without a legal basis, and that the Decision of the Belgrade City Assembly that the heating season starts on October 15 and ends on April 15 was not changed.
In that misdemeanor report, it is stated that the City Assembly is responsible for amending the Decision on the supply of heat energy, and not the City Council, which, as Belgrade Mayor Aleksandar Šapić stated on October 14, decided to postpone the start of the heating season.
“The representative of the injured parties proposes that the Magistrate Court initiate misdemeanor proceedings against the defendants and declare them guilty”, reads the application, which also quotes the part of the Decision on the supply of thermal energy, which foresees a fine of 150,000 dinars for the utility company and 25,000 dinars for the responsible party for its non-compliance the face.
The former director of Beoelektran Rade Basta became the Minister of Economy today, after the Serbian Parliament elected a new Government, headed by Prime Minister Ana Brnabić, Danas reports.
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