The education of Sebija Izetbegović, director of the Clinical Center of the University of Sarajevo (KCUS) and the wife of Bakir Izetbegović, the leader of SDA, is still the main topic in our country, but also in the region.
Numerous controversies regarding Sebija's academic education are coming to light every day, primarily in Zagreb, which was emphasized yesterday in an interview for "Avaz" by academician Prof. dr. Asim Kurjak.
Kurjak made it clear that he had never been Sebija's mentor for her doctoral thesis, nor that she was a student and resident at the Medical Faculty in Zagreb, which she had claimed years earlier.
Although the media and internet bots close to Izetbegović family are trying in every way to "save" Sebija, the documents deny her allegations about what she did in Zagreb.
After she was exposed, the director of KCUS tried to repair the damage in an interview with N1 the day before yesterday, but she became even more entangled in her own web of lies, and a number of open questions remains as to where and when she passed the ten postgraduate exams.
- I did not do my specialization in Zagreb. Part of my stay in Zagreb was the proposal of Professor Šimić, that the time I was spending in Zagreb due to illness - whenever I feel good - I can spend it studying at the Clinic - said Izetbegović the day before yesterday, justifying that she did not specialize in Zagreb.
However, her official biography, which she personally typed in June 1996, states the opposite.
In her biography, Izetbegović clearly stated: “During my specialization, I spent a year at the „Sveti Duh“ Clinic in Zagreb, where I completed my postgraduate studies for foreigners in English Ulta Sond in Cinclao Medisin. In Zagreb, I also attended the Ian McDonald seminar for the clinical application of ultrasound. ”
However, nowhere is stated exactly where she passed ten of the 14 postgraduate exams. Also, it was unequivocally established that she had never been registered as a postgraduate student or resident in the "Sveti duh" Clinic.
Where is the student booklet
Furthermore, her academic role in Turkey is shrouded in secrecy.
In August 1994, Sebija Izetbegović sent an application to the Council for Scientific Research and Postgraduate Studies of the Medical Faculty in Sarajevo for recognition of exams, ie to be allowed to take the remaining four exams out of a total of 14.
The content of that request puts a serious temptation before the police and judicial agencies in B&H, and it pushes Sebija Izetbegović towards the investigation and the possible indictment and, finally, imprisonment.
Because the director of KCUS must explain where and at which faculty and clinic she passed ten postgraduate exams, who in Sarajevo enabled such exams to be recognized at the local Faculty of Medicine, and where is the student booklet she submitted with the application and which exams are in question.
The certificate was issued and signed by Dean Mulabegović
The question is also where is the special booklet where the exercises are entered during the duration of schooling and how the then dean of the Medical Faculty in Sarajevo, Prof. dr. Nedžad Mulabegović and on the basis of which documentation he issued a certificate that Sebija Izetbegović passed all exams at the postgraduate study.
This certificate was issued on June 5th, 1996.