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10 Feb 15
Transparency Serbia Seeks Answers on Mine Tender
In its own analysis of the controversial mine tender, Transparency Serbia has disputed claims that the World Bank required a tender for the dewatering work – and it has urged Serbia’s authorities to release precise information about the performance of the contract.
The local Serbian branch of the watchdog organisation Transparency International sent an analysis of the disputed mine tender to a parliamentary committee in Serbia on February 9, dismissing claims that a tender for the work of dewatering the mine had been required by the World Bank.
|Key points from BIRN’s investigation
The tender became the centre of a media storm after BIRN raised questions about the Serbian company, Energotehnika Juzna Backa, and its partner, Romanian Ness, which won the contract for 15 million euro to pump out 114 million cubic metres of water from the mine.
BIRN’s investigation revealed that although one of the tender requirements was for the bidders to have at least one relevant reference, neither member of the winning consortium had previous experience of pumping out large quantities of water.
Energetika Juzna Backa’s previous work was on the electrical infrastructure, while Ness is a construction company. The Serbian company’s director, Dragoljub Zbiljic, confirmed to BIRN that his company did not have any experience of pumping large quantities of water.
The investigation also revealed that Zbiljic is on trial for tax evasion in the town of Kragujevac and under investigation for the same charge in the northern Serbian city of Novi Sad.
The investigation also revealed that the consortium did not actually carry out the work for which it was contracted on its own. Instead, it engaged a Dutch company, Van Heck, to carry out crucial works.
The Dutch company, with unique experience in this field, had offered its services to Serbian officials when floods hit the country in May, but was not contracted in direct negotiations, which Serbian law allows in emergency conditions.
The article revealed that Serbian Electric Power Industry, EPS, which launched the tender, could have start dewatering the mine sooner had it chosen the contractor through direct negotiations, as Serbian law allows.
The BIRN investigation said that the delay of several months while the tender was carried out and while the work started cost Serbia more than 100 million euros for the purchase of imported electricity and coal.
BIRN contacted several Serbian institutions, querying the tender and the choice of the bidders that were contracted, but they declined to answer.
On December 23 and 25, when BIRN contacted the World Bank office in Belgrade to get more information on the companies that won the tender, a spokesperson directed journalists to EPS as the source of information.
Click here to see full article in English. This text is a literal translation into English of the original in Serbian which has not been edited or adapted in any way to suit an English-language readership.
Transparency said the World Bank could not have obliged Serbia to launch a tender.
“It was a nonsense claim that the tender was required because it was demanded by the World Bank,“ the letter said.
„According to available data, the Government of Serbia and the World Bank concluded the agreement on October 10, 2014, several months after the procurement,” the Transparency statement issued on February 9 added.
Tamnava mine, one of the most important mines in Serbia, was flooded in May as the country faced flash foods.
The tender for dewatering the mine was finalised in August – months before the World Bank and Serbia signed an agreement in October by which the World Bank loaned Serbia 23 million euros for the task, Transparency explained.
Vesna Kostic, spokesperson of the World Bank, on January 12 told the Serbian public broadcaster, RTS, that Serbia awarded the job of pumping out flood water from Tamnava mine through a tender as the World Bank had insisted on this.
The procurement process came sharply into focus on January 9, when Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic called BIRN “liars” after it published an investigation into the dewatering of the mine.
The investigation said Serbia’s state-owned power company, EPS, had awarded a contract to de-water the mine to a consortium of two companies with no relevant experience, one of whose management members is involved in court proceedings.
The article also said EPS could have started dewatering the mine sooner, saving the country a lot of money.
The delay of several months while the tender was carried out cost Serbia more than 100 million euros in imported electricity and coal, the same article maintained.
Transparency’s letter to the parliamentary Committee on Finance highlighted what it sees as weaknesses of Serbian Public Procurement Law that allow the state to suffer financial damage as result of delays in conducting procurement.
Transparency noted that the mine is still not fully drained although, according to the contract, the consortium was supposed to finish the works in December.
In the light of conflicting information about how much water had been pumped out of the mine, the Serbian authorities needed publish precise information on what the contracted consortium had done.
Transparency also sought information about whether the EPS has charged the consortium for breached the guaranteed deadlines to carry out the work.
Die Weltbank ist so korrupt und verblödet, das man nicht einmal lernfähig aus den Fehlern der Vergangenheit. Mit Garantie, zeigt die Geschichte, werden die Länder aber ärmer, wenn die Weltbank Spinner sich austoben dürfen, identisch die EBRD, KfW und das BMZ.