The index found that Davao Shuker (DAVORŠUKER) put forward a request, we pay him a lifetime cash prize, commonly known as “sports pension.”
His application was a bronze medal obtained as an athlete at the 1998 World Championships in France, and was approved by the General Administration of Sport.
For the chairman of the Croatian Football Association and a famous former football player, he played for some of the largest clubs in the world and is now known for luxury. Croatian citizens will pay 2583 kuna a month.
They confirmed the requirements of Šuker to the Sports Office of the Ministry of Tourism and Sports in 2020, demanding recognition of their right to a monthly permanent allowance.
The explanation we got from the relevant department is: “According to the “Sports Law”, his monthly salary is 40% of the average net salary of the year before the right to permanent compensation.”
So far, 15 football players have won the bronze medal in the 1998 FIFA World Cup in France and received a monthly permanent cash allowance. We found that we pay a permanent reward of NOK 22 million to athletes who have won Olympic and world-class senior medals at the Olympic and Paralympic Games. There are currently 218 athletes on the list.
They were launched by the SDP government in 2013, and their ideas came from former Prime Minister Ivo Sanader and then Sports Minister Dragan Primorac (Dragan Primorac). Winners of Olympic medals and world medals over 45 years old are entitled to permanent benefits, and our money will be paid by the sports office. Except for technical terms, sports pensions do not exist. The name of the pension sounds more accurate, but in the formal sense, just like pensions, lifetime rewards will come every month and have aroused criticism from many citizens who use taxes to finance them. Croatia’s The pension system is falling apart, and the average pension is coming with it. It is 2,800 Kuna that the correct question is whether athletes earning millions should become a privileged social group. Conducting a property census was considered an option, but it was later abandoned.
Recipients of sports grants can enter work unhindered and are subject to the usual retirement standards (age, years of service and salary). Therefore, no matter how much the medal fee is received, Davor Šuker should receive a regular pension. As long as he does something for the country and pays the fee to the country, he can get the pension through work, and Payment to the pension fund.
Davor Šuker did not want to reveal to us whether he was paid for working in HNS. The first man in Croatian football, member of the UEFA Executive Committee, former footballer of Osijek, Dynamo, Sevilla, Real Madrid, Arsenal, West Ham and Munich in 1860, he has served since 2012 Chairman of the Alliance. He also often lives in Las Vegas.
On the night before the 2010 HNS election, he suddenly returned to Croatian football as Zdravko Mamić’s ace in the battle with Igor Štimac. Mamić took his Bentley and took him to a hotel in Zagreb to hold the HNS presidential election. Suker is still in power today, and Mamic is the fugitive of the fugitive and was convicted of a serious robbery by Dinamo.
Shuk declared in 2015: “I work for Zero Guna, and I am a volunteer for the Croatian Football Association.” Two years later, the media revealed that the president was still an HNS employee with an annual salary of between 50,000 and 55,000. Information. Net kuna for one month.
HNS subsequently pointed out that personal contracts are subject to trade secrets and protected personal data, and they will not comment on them individually. We asked Suker many times whether he was a volunteer or an employee of HNS, but he has not answered Index’s questions for many years and banned our reporters from participating in national team games. Suker lost the lawsuit filed by Index reporters, and the Croatian Football Association compensated for the total loss of approximately 230,000 kuna.
Since 2016, Shuk has been on the stigmatized list of taxable debtors due to arrears of 5.9 million Iraqi dinars. After the SAT registered him in a luxury penthouse in Opatija and threatened to foreclose his mortgage, he finally paid off his debts in 2020. In the same year, he applied for us to pay him a sports pension.
Suker must pay the 6 million kuna to the state budget in accordance with the decision of the State Administration of Taxation, which shows that his reported income in 2015 did not exceed 12.8 million kuna.