Petar Panić Pana, the exotic godfather of Aleksandar Vučić, one of the 75, as the president says, is part of the criminal Zemun clan, KRIK wrote. However, Pana is not only close to Vučić, but also to the deputy mayor of Belgrade, Goran Vesić, who was his guest at the festive lunch. The photos also show Pana’s friendship with Darko Glisic, one of the main people in the Serbian Progressive Party, as well as with other government officials.
We remind you that 13 criminal charges were filed against Panić and he was tried for various criminal acts, including beatings, extortion, and illegal possession of weapons. He was a close friend of the leader of the Zemun clan, Dušan Spasojević, and worked as a bodyguard for Vojislav Šešelj.
Petar Panić, aka Pana, still maintains ties with influential people from the government and SNS officials, reveal two photos obtained by KRIK journalists.
One photo shows a festive lunch that was held at Panić’s restaurant in Zemun.
The Deputy Mayor of Belgrade, Goran Vesić, was sitting at the table next to Panić.
This is not the first time that Panic and Vesic are at the same table.
Apart from this private gathering, they were together at a meeting in the premises of the City of Belgrade with a delegation from China. It is not known what Panic’s role was at that meeting, and as the City responded to KRIK, no minutes were made from that meeting.
In the second photo obtained by KRIK, Panić is in the company of one of the most influential people in the SNS.
As can be seen in the photo, Panic was hugged by the president of the SNS Executive Board, Darko Glisic, one of the main party operatives in charge of elections and the work of local committees.
Also, there is Milisav Čogurić, who during 2012 and 2013 was the assistant to the then Minister of Justice Nikola Selaković.
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