After the war in BiH, "Aluminij" became the prey of the Croatian Democratic Union. The political elite of Croatia at the time, led by Franjo Tuđman, used Aluminij as a cheap source of raw materials for the Šibenik Light Metal Factory and a significant profit for the Port of Ploče. Aluminij was treated as an ATM managed by HDZ BiH cadres. Party employment, enormous salaries and monetary incentives for board members, and favors for individual customers characterize the next period.
Prosecutor's offices, especially the one in Mostar, have ignored criminal reports and evidence from the Financial Police about crime in Aluminij for years Under the guise of the company's consolidation process, Amir Gross Kabiri, an Israeli with good connections to Russia, was brought into the game. Despite the sanctions, his “Aluminij Industrija” or “Abraham Group” imports unalloyed aluminum worth about 225 million BAM from Russia and generates great profit. Although they are only tenants of the plant, they are literally taking over the factory, slowly erasing the traces of the old company.
HDZ BiH leader Dragan Čović has reason to be satisfied because this is the best way to cover up the story of crime in Aluminij.
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