For more than three decades, Denis Zvizdić has received a salary from the budget, which since 2018 amounts to more than 5,000 KM plus a hot meal, allowances for a separate life and a parliamentary lump sum of 713 KM. In addition to a solid salary, Denis Zvizdić reported property worth 525,000 KM. He and his family own a house, four apartments, a holiday home, office space, a garage and land. Like colleague Zvizdić, Nebojša Radmanović has also been on the budget for decades and currently receives a salary of around 5,000 KM plus a hot meal, allowances for a separate life and a parliamentary lump sum of 713 KM. He and his family, at least according to what he reported, own two apartments, two garages and holiday homes worth 290,000 KM. Earlier, he took a severance pay in the amount of 34,130 KM and returned to the budget instead of retiring.
Adil Osmanović has also been living on a budget for decades. In addition to the salary, he owns an apartment and a house worth 180,000 KM. In addition to the same income as his colleagues, when taking over the mandate, Safet Softić reported to the Central Election Commission that he owns two apartments, a house and a car worth 220,000 KM and that he and his wife have 125,000 KM in their accounts!
Edin Mušić has been receiving a salary from the budget for two decades. Like his colleagues from the parliamentary benches, his current salary is around 5,000 KM plus a parliamentary lump sum of 713 KM. In addition, Mušić reported to the CEC that he had no property other than a car, but that he and his wife had savings of 79,000 KM.
MP Dragan Bogdanić has been on the budget for over two decades. In addition to a salary of around 5,000 KM and various compensations, Bogdanić reported to the CEC that he and his wife own two apartments, land, a garage, business premises, four cars and shares worth more than 600,000 KM.
Obren Petrović has also been living on the budget for more than two decades. With a salary of around 5,000 KM plus various fees and lump sums, the Petrović family owns property worth 389,000 KM. Three apartments, two houses, two business premises, land and a garage. In addition, Petrović reported to the CEC that he had a pension in the amount of 1,200 KM and savings of 20,000 KM.
When taking over the mandate, Šemsudin Dedić reported to the CEC that he was the owner of a house and land worth around 390,000 KM and that he had savings worth 269,139 KM, while his children had children's savings in the amount of 50,174 KM.
Halid Genjac owns two apartments in Sarajevo of 45 and 115 square meters, two houses and land with a total area of over 6,000 square meters and 75,000 KM in his account. The value of the property is estimated at 434,000 KM. Mijo Matanović reported to the CEC that he owned an apartment, a house and a car worth 190,000 KM.
The vice president of the HDZ BiH, Darijana Filipović, reported to the CEC that she only owns a car worth 10,000 KM. Her party colleague Borjana Krišto stated that she owns a house, a car and an account in Unicredit bank, without stating the value of the property or the amount of money in the account.
Vlatko Glavaš reported to the CEC property worth 705,000 KM - an apartment, a house, land and a car. His colleague from the parliamentary benches, Dženan Đonlagić, reported an apartment, land and a car worth 319,000 KM, as well as his wife's apartment worth 95,000 KM.
Zlatan Begić reported to the CEC that he and his wife owned two apartments, land and a car worth 235,000 KM, while his wife also owned a holiday home worth 60,000 KM. Jasmin Emrić reported property worth 230,000 KM - a two-bedroom apartment in Bihać, a company and a car.
Nikola Lovrinović estimated his property at 235,000 KM - he owns a house with a garden, land, a car and 30,000 KM in his account. Alma Čolo reported an apartment of 180,000 KM and an apartment and garage owned by her children worth 205,000 KM.
Predrag Kožul reported property worth 470,000 KM - an apartment, land, a company and shares. His wife owns a property worth 142,000 KM - a house, land, a car, shares and savings, while his children own 24,000 KM in his account. Snježana Novaković-Bursać reported property worth 135,000 KM, while there is no data on the property owned by Ljubica Miljanović.
The trade union consumer basket calculated by the Federation of Independent Trade Unions of Bosnia and Herzegovina for the month of May 2022 amounts to 2,639.48 KM and is 145.64 KM more expensive than the trade union consumer basket last month. For the average salary paid in the Federation of BiH, not even half of the items from the consumer basket can be bought.
According to the Republika Srpska Federation of Trade Unions, the value of the consumer basket in May was 2,188 KM, while the average net salary paid in May was 1,105 KM.
The Federation of Independent Trade Unions is announcing protests.