PES: By replacing Injac, DPS wants to bring back the practice of abuse and corruption

PES said that Vladan Arsović, a member of the DPS in the Assembly of the Capital City, "from his experience as a permanent employee in the Capital City system during the time of the DPS, obviously cannot accept the fact that someone can work for the Capital City as a non-partisan professional".

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PES, Photo: Europe now
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By replacing the mayor of Podgorica, Olivera Injac, the Democratic Party of Socialists (DPS) wants to bring back the practice of abuse and corruption, the Europe Now Movement (PES) announced.

From that party, they said that Vladan Arsović, a councilor of the DPS in the Assembly of the Capital City, "from his experience as a permanent employee in the system of the Capital City during the time of the DPS, obviously cannot accept the fact that someone can work for the Capital City as a non-partisan professional".

"Also, he is completely mistaken if he thinks that anyone but him will understand the crackdown on the irresponsible individuals who previously ran Podgorica as an attack on all employees in the system. By reacting to the announcement of the mayor, as well as many of his party colleagues, he showed that for him, the DPS, the city and the state are one and the same, so it is not surprising that public resources should be treated as private. money is being transferred from citizens' pockets to their own. That is why it is completely clear that Olivera Injac is the biggest threat to them," the PES statement says.

The party said that therefore, the initiative for dismissal is an attempt to prevent the current government from distancing itself from the practice of embezzlement, corruption and abuse.

"Such an attempt absolutely corresponds with the attitude of the DPS when it comes to processing all kinds of abuses at the state level, contained in the materials submitted by Europol. That is why it is very difficult for the DPS to find partners in its political actions, especially at the moment when the democratic public is shocked by the views they publicly advocate," PES said.

Earlier today, Arsović said he assessed that the removal of Injac would be a "salvation for the development" of the capital.

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