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Got 6.4 million in state funds – the missing records

yesterday, The DN tell you about the strange death of the football team Växjö United, which was previously called Sufstars. Somali ungdomsföreningen, the cultural association to which division 3-the club was previously linked to, went into bankruptcy in 2015.

In cooperation with the firm Starlots conduct of the association business with the establishment, which was to help newly arrived into the labour market. During the period from June 2014 to July 2015, took over 6.4 million in state aid from the employment service, according to figures from the authority that the DN has taken part of. But the business went bankrupt in 2015, and then exposed the shortcomings in the financial statements.

– A remarkable case. the There was no posting at all and to be a non-profit association, it was, of course, about a lot of money, " says the official receiver, the lawyer Johan Wänersjö.

was 977.167 kronor and assets 94 sek.

employment agency stopped payments on the grounds that the activity is not reported correctly and began to demand the money back, but no refund never took place.

In February 2015 decided employment with short notice, to put down the whole system with arbetslotsar, it severely criticized the reform introduced by the alliance government in 2010. The justification was that they could not guarantee the quality of the business. They said they have suspicion of serious illegal activities among lotsföretagen, fraud, bribery, extortion and the sale of folkbokföringsadresser.

financial accounting, the trustee Somali ungdomsföreningen with the suspicion of economic crime, but the investigation came to be shut down.

"It turned out that there was already a previous complaint filed against the association made by the Tax and because the pre-trial investigation had been discontinued I decided not to pursue the case further," said prosecutor Sara Bjerefeldt at the serious fraud office in Malmö.

Now, the police task force against idrottsrelaterad crime launched a preliminary investigation relating to the various suspicions of crimes related to Växjö United's operations. This, inter alia, on the grounds that a player, who previously represented the club, notified that he remained in the country under a false identity and over the past year been subjected to threats when he played for a konkurrentklubb.

"We have reason to suspect that there may be several types of crimes, but we need to look deeper to get a clearer picture," says commissioner Frederick Gårdare.

and the association went bankrupt also had the association and fotbollslagets the principal, the then socialist kommunalpolitikern Mohamed Abdi Elmi, had economic problems. 2015 was declared he was in personal bankruptcy, with more than 1.2 million in liabilities. Also the trading company Tahs and a limited liability company with the same name, which, inter alia, engaged in gymverksamhet and where he was a principal, went bankrupt. This exceeded the total debts of a million dollars and not here presented according to the liquidator any records.

Because the economic problems could affect the fotbollsverksamheten moved this at the konkursutbrottet to another club and the team changed its name to Växjö United.

, who were forced to leave their political mission in connection with his personal bankruptcy, is the director of sports in Växjö United and division 3-the club's leading man. He stresses that kulturföreningens and fotbollslagets activities, even if the 2015 was in the same compound, have been separated and that he had responsibility for idrottsdelen, even if he was the one who brought the association's actions during the konkursförhandlingarna.

He believes that the bankruptcy could have been avoided if the association received a further contribution as he believes that it was entitled to under the agreement with the employment service, which involved recruitment and new start jobs. 18 people applied for the state wage guarantee.

– the public employment service was obliged us 1.5 million, and had they paid we would not have these problems, " says Abdi Elmi, who believes that the piloting conducted in accordance with the agreement.

financial accounting he declares, inter alia, with the changing office and the records then disappeared by mistake. The personal bankruptcy was, according to Abdi Elmi on he came to sköntaxeras of the Tax, a decision he believes was based on erroneous grounds.

two Additional activities connected to the previous kommunalpolitikern has recently been declared bankrupt. The case of the economic association Elmaani and Starwork AB, which is engaged in cleaning and support and training services for job seekers. The company had at the time of the bankruptcy in november 2017 debt at more than 840.000 sek.

Växjö United, hailed for its activities around the integration, ported in the autumn from the municipal facilities in Växjö because of not paid debts of more than 96.000 sek.

"We have had several conversations with the club and it was said that the man should pay but it has not done," says Jessica Råhlin, municipal fritidschef.

Abdi Elmi says that the debt will be settled after the association had the meeting of the board.

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