Friday, June 8, 2012
Hero of Kosovo, Wesley Clark requires a license for oil
U.S. General Wesley Clark, who led the campaign against Serbia in 1999, asked the Kosovo government a license to coal and oil. So says a document provided by Balkan Insight. The method returns the coal to oil supposed to be a solution at the end of oil reserves in the world.
Clark, a beloved figure in Kosovo, had intervened in Albania, for contract businesses. He, together with Damir Fazlic negotiated for fiscal stamps monopoly in Albania. Company was given monopoly for which lobbying Clark and Fazlic in troubled days after January 21.
The scandal lay in the fact that tax stamps will be sold two times more expensive and to doubt that they will not lead to reduction of tax evasion. Also, the media have speculated that Fazlic and Clark are meant to enter the gambling business, as reported NEWSPAPERS "century".