Construction of the roads Sarajevo-Gorazde, Tuzla-Sarajevo through Central Bosnia, Bihac-Bosanska Krupa, Mostar-Stolac-Neum, belt highway Mostar, projects of regulation of flows in preventing of floods, construction of regional waste dumps, construction and reconstruction of schools in all Cantons, as well as sport and cultural facilities are only some of 200 projects from the Program proposal of Public investments that the Government of FBiH adopted at the meeting held on 25th October 2007 in Gorazde. According to Prime Minister, Nedzad Brankovic this proposal will be submitted to the FBiH Parliament, which should consider it along with the document of privatization policy in FBiH.
The aim of the Government is more rapid development of the Federation, making better and more quality living conditions, so that the time of recovering lasts six to seven, instead of thirty years. Decision of the FBiH Parliament will be a work order for the FBiH Government, said Brankovic.
Bill on salaries and compensations of members and management bodies in the institutions and state owned public enterprises was passed in the parliamentary procedure. It was proposed that monthly net salary of director could amount maximally five average salaries paid in that enterprise in the last three months. Chairman of Supervisory board would be entitled to maximally two average salaries in FBiH and members 20 per cent less. “Extreme salaries will be decreased and their level will be linked to the quality of operation of that enterprise“ said Brankovic.
During they stay in Gorazde, members of the FBiH Government met their colleagues from BPC and stressed their determination in making efforts in improving the living conditions in this area, especially through construction of the road Gorazde-Hrenovica-Sarajevo.
After the working meeting, Prime Minister of BPC Gorazde, Salem Halilovic and Federal Minister of education, Meliha Alic signed the Agreement on reconstruction of the high school “Enver Pozderovic”, for which the Federal Government through its Ministry of education allocated funds to the amount of 230.000 KM. After that, the Ministers visited companies “Zlatna nit” and “Bekto-Precisa”