Maybe the green, thick and tall April grass, as my esteemed colleague Bogdan Ibrajter Tane says, managed to hide the rabbit from view, but it did not succeed when it comes to numerous other events, incidents and accidents. Many things came to light in the fourth month, and I am inclined to cite the verdict for the quadruple murder in the village of Jabukovac near Negotino as an event of special significance, which satisfies justice in an exemplary manner. This can actually be concluded from the first-instance verdict, which, if it remains in force, sends a clear message that every perpetrator is guaranteed a long prison term for the murder of a Serbian peasant or farmer.
The first instance verdict of the High Court in Zajecar, Maja Bađikić, who was 27 years old from the village of Dupljan in the municipality of Negotin at the time of the crime, sentenced her to 38 years in prison. Davor Pernić, 38, from the village of Jabukovac, was sentenced to 36 years in prison. they were imprisoned for the four-fold murder they committed at the beginning of August 2019 in the Jabukovac hamlet of Velja Vratna on the farm of Raja Kazimirović (72).
In addition to the hard-working and respectable host Raja, the convicted couple killed his mother Dragica (93), sister Ljubinka Oprikić (76) and sister Dragana Jozeljić (53) in their bloody feast.
The motive for this brutal murder, practically a neighbor, was selfishness, with the convicts explaining that they allegedly needed money for the treatment of Maja Badjikic, who was otherwise in an emotional relationship with Pernic. in Serbia sentenced to this maximum prison sentence.
End of sowing approved export
After months of pressure from millers, farmers and their associations, but also balancing with so-called food security, primarily due to the war in Ukraine, the government has officially decided to limit the export of cereals and edible oil. , with numerous difficulties, successfully completed spring sowing, suggesting that it is necessary to “ventilate” the silos and storage of commodity reserves.
There are limited exports on a monthly basis of 150,000 tons of wheat and corn, 20,000 tons of flour and eight million liters of refined sunflower oil. Exports will be accompanied by clear rules with approval per individual exporter, which cannot exceed 20 percent of the approved quantities by groups of raw materials. In case the exporters do not export or exceed the allowed quantities, they will not be able to submit a request for approval next month.
Farmers were mostly dissatisfied, believing that the export of certain quantities of cereals should have been possible earlier, not only because of favorable prices, but also because of the cash inflow when they needed it most, and that is before and during the spring sowing.
And while the state was in a dilemma, but also in the pre-election populist mood, zealously guarding that not a single bag of wheat or flour would leave the country, a number of private storekeepers stole the supplies entrusted to them for safekeeping. Of course, not for nothing. Thus, during the control for a period of less than four months, it was determined, that is, found that the state was damaged by a little more than 300 million dinars due to the theft of flour and wheat.
Significant shortages of cereals and flour were found at warehouses in Loznica, Blace and Novi Sad. These are not bags, but wagons and their compositions of several hundred.
For me personally, this was not a surprise, because I remember that at the end of the 1990s, the so-called live meat, ie cattle in the number of hundreds of heads, was missing from the commodity reserves in the Kolubara district. The whole story ended like a comedy where the public was told that sheep and lambs were eaten by wolves and that they did not arrive, they finished the so-called “lamb” brigade composed of politicians, directors and other fans of crossbows, kidneys and other meat accessories.
Anonymous bookmakers, while raspberries in higher areas have not yet leafed through, started bidding prices. 1,000 dinars per kilogram.
With all due respect to the growth of inflation and disturbances on the global market due to the war conflicts in Ukraine, but also the murky actions of all kinds of speculators, those who “proposed” reduced the starting price to 800 and then to 600 dinars. Nobody says, except for proven fruit experts, that the most important thing is that the raspberry bears well and achieves standard quality, and that with these assumptions, sales and favorable prices will be more than certain.
It started too early with the mentioned way of painting “litmus”, ie “surveying” refrigerators and other buyers, but considering last year’s financial effects, a number of raspberries became impatient without hiding great expectations. Although the key discipline in the behavior of farmers is patience and patience, it is obvious that certain changes are taking place in certain sectors.
By the way, in order to maintain the “fire” around the most profitable domestic fruit, raspberry growers have already shown concern about pickers. Albania, Bulgaria… The fact is that they quickly realize the value of 3,000 or 5,000 dinars for harvesting from morning to night, which on the other hand is a serious cost for domestic raspberries. . For the better!
Drinkers “froze” bags
Just on the day when Konstrakta, all with its laurels, was sent to the Eurovision Song Contest in Turin, Italy, representatives of market vendors entered the building of the Serbian Presidency for the second time. On May 1, as it was firmly foreseen, they will not have to have cash registers on counters and similar points of sale. How many disputed cash registers will be “frozen” has not been set.
It was understood, as they explained, that their problem is complex but also sensitive, which is why the dialogue will continue, but in the future with the Minister of Finance, finding the best solution and model to preserve the profession and tradition of drinkers, but also zealously fulfill their obligations. they have according to the state, ie tax payments.
Numerous bots on social networks have uttered “tons” of praise to those who received, understood and supported the drinkers, but not a word about their ability and talent to negotiate and engage in dialogue with top government officials. Or perhaps they did not notice April grass ?!
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