In the office of Vice-President of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Melika Mahmutbegović, there are currently no employed persons in positions of advisors. The Office is currently working on changing amendments of the Ordinance on the organization and systematization of jobs for cost rationalization and reduction.
As announced from the office of Vice-President of the FB&H, Melika Mahmutbegović, currently in her Office there is no employed persons in positions of advisor, and the desire of rationalization and cost savings in each sector includes preparations for changing the amendment of the Regulation on organization and job classification in the Office of Vice President.
After consideration of amendments of the Ordinance and revision of the real need to recruit people on the basis of a contract for consulting services, vice president Mahmutbegović will make a decision and appoint advisers.
In the Office of Vice President of the FB&H, only public servants and employees who had previously been employed on the same positions, are working at the moment.
As a reminder, according to information provided by the President of FB&H, Marinko Čavara, a total of five advisors are hired in his Office.
According to the latest report on The financial statement audit of the President and two Vice-Presidents of the FB&H from 2013, the Office of former President, Živko Budimir, and two vice presidents, Svetozar Pudarić and Mirsad Kebo, cost citizens of FB&H 3.5 million BAM.
Statistically, the cabinets were on average spending 9,690 BAM per day, while just on salaries of 39 employees, of which 19 advisers, 1.7 million BAM was spent.