SEPTEMBER 17 2009 15:49h
Fugitive doctor convicted of bribery works as a lecturer at the Agricultural School where he teaches ‘hygiene’ twice a week.
Cardiologist from Rijeka convicted of bribery, Ognjen Simic, does not work as a doctor in neighboring Bosnia and Herzegovina in spite the fact that he obtained the necessary license, his lawyer, Nikica Grzic says. He also denies the claims that his client was employed by the Clinical Center in Banja Luka.
Fugitive doctor works as a lecturer at the Sarajevo Agricultural School, where he teaches hygene two times a week.
'They called him from the Bureau'
-He got this job after he was called from the bureau (Stock Exchange) – Grzic said for the Dnevni Avaz paper.
Grzic did not know where the media got the information that Simic worked in Banja Luka since agreement like that never existed.
Simic’s only connection to Banja Luka was a recent meeting with Banja Luka cardiologist who basically asked whether Simic would ever want to work there. Simic replied that he would agree to work anywhere. After that, nothing more definite was decided, Grzic explained.