The NGO Montenegro International filed a criminal complaint with the Special State Prosecutor’s Office against Zdravko Kosanović, born on May 17, 1978, for illegal interference in the election process in Nikšić.
According to the International Police Organization (https://www.interpolice.org/kosanovic-zdravko?lang=sr) suggests, Kosanović is considered a close associate of Miodrag Daka Davidović. He is an officer of the Serbian Police Administration who is deeply involved in the affairs and election process in Montenegro, as evidenced by allegations from the media and available photos on the Internet.
On the day of the elections in 2016, when the coup attempt took place, Kosanović was brought in for an informative conversation by the border police at the Podgorica airport.
According to Dnevne novine, in the records of the region’s security services, Kosanović was treated as a security-interesting person from the aspect of the arms trade. However, he was not officially responsible for the crime.
According to this paper, he was under special processing by the police and the Special Prosecutor’s Office when Davidović was managing the Nikšić Ironworks. It was suspected that through secondary iron scrap, instead of scrap iron, Kosanović and his partner D.K. brought rubble, twigs, torn tires and other waste into the factory to gain tonnage and thus extract money from the Ironworks.
There are pictures of the Serbian Police Administration’s controversial officer with Dritan Abazović and Zdravko Krivokapić on social networks. According to the Borba portal, there was a conflict between Kosanović and Davidović on Wednesday night after Kosanović provided open and unequivocal support to the President of Serbia regarding his accusations against Daka Davidović. Allegedly, this conflict was covered up, but yesterday, the Serbian media wrote about a possible physical confrontation in the election headquarters of Davidović’s People’s Movement (Narodni pokret), whose culprit was Kosanović.
NGO Montenegro International submitted a series of criminal charges to the Special State Prosecutor about irregularities in the election process in Nikšić. This appeal will also be distributed internationally.
If Kosanović is an officer of the Serbian Police Administration, as stated on the IPO website, and if, at the same time, he is a security-interesting person who, according to media, has been the subject of processing by the police and the Special State Prosecutor for many years, the question arises: which of the state bodies allowed such a person to influence the election process in Montenegro directly and hang out with politicians who have taken over the highest positions in the security sector and the executive power of Montenegro!