Telegraph objavljuje 05. feb. 2010

by Holly Watt, Johan Swaine

David Cameron aide wins government contract in state Tory leader backs for EU

David Kameronov prijatelj je dobio vladin ugovor u drzavi koju vodja torijevaca podrzava za ulazak u EU


http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/news...ks-for-EU.html

Andrew Feldman, the chief executive of the Conservative Party and a university friend of Mr Cameron, was in a consortium awarded a contract to build one of the country’s few five-star hotels.

Endrju Feldman, isvrsni sef Konzervativne partije i univerzitetski prijatelj G. Kamerona, bio je u konzorcijumu koji je nagradjen ugovorom za gradnju jednog od malobrojnih hotela sa pet zvedica u zemlji (ex yu Makedoniji, prim. prev.)

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Last November, Mr Cameron held a private meeting with the Macedonian prime minister – a key figure in the awarding of the hotel contract – at which he is understood to have pledged his support for the country’s membership of the international bodies.

U novembru, G. Kameron je odrzao privatni sastanak sa makedonskim premijerom - kljucnom figurom za ovaj ugovor u vezi hotela - koji je razumeo da je dobio Kameronovu podrsku za clanstvo zemlje u medjunarodnim telima.

Macedonian politicians have accused their government of corruptly awarding the valuable hotel contract — at below the initial price — to Mr Feldman. The deal was referred to the Macedonian “department for organised crime and corruption”.

Makedonski politicari su okrivljeni za korupciju nagradjujuci vredan hotelski ugovor - po najnizoj inicijalnoj ceni - za G. Feldmana. Ugovor je bio upucen makedonskom "odeljenju za organizovani kriminal i korupciju"

Nikola Gruevski, the Macedonian prime minister, has been closely involved with the deal and was pictured with Mr Feldman at a ceremony to begin construction work on the property.

Nikola Grujevski, makedonski premijer, je buio blisko ukljucen u ovu rabotu i bio je uslikan sa G. Feldmanom na proslavi radi otpocinjanja gradjevinskih radova.

Mr Feldman introduced Mr Cameron to Mr Gruevski during a previous visit to Macedonia – a trip described as a “junket” by the Conservative leader. The trip was largely funded by Jordan “Orce” Kamcev, a controversial Macedonian playboy also linked to the hotel deal.

G. Feldman je upoznao G. Kamerona sa Grujevskim u toku prethodne posete Makedoniji - put je opisan kao "provod" za konzervativnog vodju. Put je bio finansiran od Jordana 'Orce' Kamceva, spornog makedonskog plejboja takodje umesanog u hotelsku rabotu.

Mr Kamcev has faced criminal charges, some relating to alleged tax evasion, and his company has been accused of credit card fraud. Charges were dropped when Mr Gruevski was elected prime minister.

G. Kamcev je bio suocen sa krivicnom optuzbom, povezanom sa izbegavanjem poreza, i njegova kompanija je bila okrivljena u podvalama sa kreditnim karticama. Optuzba je povucena kada je Grujevski izabran za premijera.

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Jani Makraduli, the vice president of the Macedonian assembly, alleged the hotel deal was “corrupt”. The hotel is due to open early next year with 200 rooms and has been leased by the hotel firm which owns the Radisson brand. It is estimated to be worth up to £26million.

Jani Makraduli, potpredsednik makedonske skupstine, izjavio je da je ova rabota u vezi hotela, "korupcija". Hotel ce biti otvoren rano iduce godine sa 200 soba i bio je dat u najam firmi koja je vlasnik brenda Redison. Procenjen je da je vredan 26 miliona funti.

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Zanimljivo je da je u Konzervativnoj partiji receno "da je dugorocna politika podrske ukljucenja u EU svih zapadnobalkanskih zemalja, uklucujuci former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia. Neka sugestija da je pozicija G. Kamerona povezana sa biznisom G. Feldmana je uvredljiva i teoretska".