TRANSPARENCY INTERNATIONAL PODUZIMA PRAVNE KORAKE PROTIV SVOG BIVŠEG HRVATSKOG OGRANKA

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Kako bi Davorku Budimir i organizaciju kojoj predsjeda spriječio u korištenju imena i logo-a Transparency Internationala, a bez privole Transparency Internationala, Transparency International poduzeo je pravne korake protiv organizacije kojoj predsjeda Davorka Budimir.

Tužba je podignuta na hrvatskom sudu.

Tijekom 2015,  Odbor Transparency Internationala obavijestio je tadašnji hrvatski ogranak Transparency Internationala o svojoj odluci da ga diskreditira kao člana pokreta Transparency International. Konačna odluka je priopćena u ožujku 2016.

Međutim, došli smo do saznanja da je Davorka Budimir nastavila koristiti ime Transparency International premda više nije povezana s organizacijom Transparency International.

Ponavljamo da ni ona, niti bilo koja druga osoba u Hrvatskoj u ovome trenutku ne smije koristiti ime “Transparency International” ni u kakvim okolnostima. Nakon diskreditacije, ime ili logo TI Hrvatska ne smiju se koristiti ni u kojem obliku i ni u kakvoj kombinaciji.

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