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Today’s Public Official Misfit: Svetozar Marovic of Montenegro


Prior to pleading guilty to corruption charges in mid-May 2016, Svetozar Marovic was Montenegro’s parliament speaker and prime minister of Serbia and Montenegro.


In accordance with Marovic’s plea agreement, he will receive a prison sentence of three years and eight months; however, the amount of the fine he will have to pay has not yet been agreed upon.


Marovic admitted to the prosecutor that he was in fact the leader of a criminal organization of at least thirty (30) people that was formed for the purpose to obtain illegal gains. Marovic described the role of the group’s members and their modus operandi. He also revealed what accounts were used to move the money out of the country.


Marovic was endowed with the perfect ethics to sit as a public official in Albany, New York. It’s well known in Albany that the state legislature is always looking for another crook or two; albeit one a tad smarter than Marovic. 


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