The Court of Appeals of Kosovo has rejected as unfounded the appeal of the Basic Prosecution in Peja and the appeals of the defense counsels of the accused, Sali Bashota and Enver Berisha.
The Court of Appeals upheld the verdict of the Basic Court in Peja, where the former mayor of Klina Sokol Bashota and the former deputy mayor Enver Berisha were sentenced to 6 months probation and a fine of 1,200 euros for non-reporting of property.
“With the judgment of the Basic Court in Peja, the accused SB and EB, each separately, were found guilty of the criminal offenses’ Failure to report ‘or’ False reporting of property, income, gifts, other material benefit or of other financial obligations’, from Article 437, paragraph 2 of the CCRK and each of the accused has been sentenced to imprisonment, for a period of 6 (six) months, which sentences will not be executed if the accused within the period of 1 (one) year do not commit other criminal offenses. Also, against the accused in question, fines were imposed, in the amount of 1,200.00 Euros, which the defendants will pay within 15 days, from the day when this judgment becomes in the form of cut “, it is said in the notification from the Court of Appeals, Zeri.info reports.
The notice also states that the panel of judges of the Court of Appeals of Kosovo has found that the court of first instance acted correctly when it found the accused guilty of the above-mentioned criminal offenses, while the appealed judgment was not involved in any violation. legal. / Voice