Ramo Isak, the Minister of Internal Affairs in Bosnia's Federation (FBiH) entity, and his family own two companies and 15 real estate properties in Zenica and Sarajevo. More than half of these properties were acquired over the past six years. Pročitaj više
In tandem with his political career advancement, Ramo Isak, the Minister of Internal Affairs of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina (FBiH), has seen substantial growth in his assets. Since entering politics in 2006, Isak and his family have acquired at least 10 real estate properties and a company. Additionally, they own four cars and have cash assets, all estimated to be worth more than 18 million Bosnian marks (some €9 million).
The property in Lukovo Polje, a suburb of Zenica, where three houses now stand, he inherited from his father in 2008 when he served as a representative in the Assembly of the Zenica-Doboj Canton (ZDK) and a delegate in the House of Peoples of the Federation Parliament. One of these houses is used as the headquarters of Condor, his wife Amela’s Agency for the Physical and Technical Protection of People and Property.
At the end of his parliamentary term in 2010, Isak declared that he and his wife owned land in Bugojno, an apartment, commercial space, BMW and Toyota vehicles, and cash, all valued at 1.3 million marks (some €700,000).
Twelve years later, the reported assets of the Isak family have increased by 17 million marks (around €8.5 million). The inherited property with houses is again valued at 600,000 marks (around €300,000), and the land at 30,000 marks (some €15,000). Isak has reported that his wife owns a house, an apartment, two commercial spaces, garages, a warehouse, and land, with a total value of 4.45 million marks (nearly €2,2 million), as well as two companies valued at 10.5 million marks (around €5.2 million). He also stated that his sons own three houses and an apartment worth 1.38 million Bosnian marks (around €650,000).
“Allah has given me more than I need. I am grateful to Him for that,” Isak said in a previous interview. However, he declined to speak further when contacted by the Center for Investigative Reporting (CIN).
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€1 = 1.95 Bosnian marks