Corruptie in HO aan de kaak gesteld

Nieuws | de redactie
14 maart 2007 | De samenwerking van universiteiten in Europa dwingt ertoe normen van good governance over de hele linie serieus te nemen. Uit Spine, het netwerk van HO-magazines, komt bijvoorbeeld naar voren dat in Servië de studenten met succes de corruptie met tentamens en diploma’s aan de kaak hebben kunnen stellen. De Servische ‘VSNU’ gaat nu een gezamenlijk document opstellen “stipulating measures to effectively curb corruption in the field of higher education.  A university professor found guilty of taking a bribe will lose his/her license and be expelled from the university.” De rector van de universiteit van Belgrado Branko Kovaèeviæ stelt dan ook: “He will no longer be able to work in any other university in the country.

What’s more, any student found guilty of offering bribes will also be
penalized.” Onderwijsminister Slobodan Vukasnovic heeft aangekondigd dat een dergelijke code zo snel mogelijk in werking moet treden.

De rechtenfaculteit in Kragujevac is de instelling waar deze zaak aan het rollen ging nadat studenten geklaagd hadden over de onwettige wijze waarop zij aan hun diploma’s moesten zien te komen. De jongste ontwikkelingen in deze zaak, zoals deze vanuit de Spine-correspondent in Servië zijn weergegeven, leest u hieronder.



Investigative judge of district court in Smederevo Predrag Lukic has said that the prosecutor has stated a demand that against professors Emilija Stankovic, Jasmina Nektarijevic, Dragana Petrovic, Nenad Djurdjevic and Predrag Stojanovic investigative activities should be extended for new criminal acts. Investigative judge has said that they will be interrogated again after proceeding this demand, but he couldn`t be more precise about the date.

There is also stated a demand for extended investigation against referent for students’ affairs at faculty of Law in Kragujevac Olivera Kojic, who has been put in custody at Saturday, when he has been interrogated. She will be also interrogated after proceeding new demand. She has been suspected for performing criminal act of assisting in receiving a bribery. After interrogation, judge has ordered a one- month restraint.

Minister of education Slobodan Vukasnovic and rector of Belgrade university Branko Kovacevic announced that the new regulation of disciplinary responsibility of students and professors, so as ethic codex will be adopted as quickly as possible.New Exams rulebook stipulates that exams need to be public, before all the candidates, with tone recording and including at least 2 members commission.
“It is initial text, which should be sent to the Senat and the Council of Belgrade University, and they will after adopting that document send it to adopting at all state and private universities in Serbia”, stated Vuksanovic at Government press conference.

Also, at the Belgrade faculty of law have been arrested Branislava Stojkovic (54), referent for student affairs and Novak Puric (25), son of Kragujevac law faculty dean. NP has been suspected for forgery of documents, and Branislava Stojkovic for abuse of authority.




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