Prime minister’s son applies for hydro plant construction


May 20, 2015





May 20, 2015




Blažo Đukanović submitted an application to the Ministry of Sustainable Development, in the name of his company BB Hidro, to build a mini hydropower plant on the Raštak river in Kolašin area in northern Montenegro, Vijesti newspaper from Podgorica reported.

The document, signed by Slaven Burzanović, authorized representative, was submitted on May 15, the report said. Blažo’s father is Milo Đukanović, the country’s prime minister.

The company asks the ministry for urbanistic-technical conditions as the first paper in the procedure to get a building permit for the facility on the locality of Raštak/Mioska in Kolašin municipality. BB Hidro, with Blažo Đukanović as executive director, is registered for power generation. Blažo Đukanović founded an electric installations enterprise in the summer of 2011 with Ivan Burzanović, the report said. Vijesti published a list of people, allegedly close to Đukanović family, who have entered the business in the last two years.

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