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SRNA News Roundup /IV/ - May 24, 2018

SRNA News Roundup /IV/ - May 24, 2018


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KOVACEVIC: ASHDOWN HAS NOT YET LEFT HIS FAILED ROLE OF LORD-PROTECTOR

BANJALUKA, May 24 /SRNA/ - The frustration with Republika Srpska of the former High Representative to BiH, Paddy Ashdown, after Republika Srpska prevented his police reform project from being implemented, has increased day by day and been proven by his today’s statement which shows that he would like to put Republika Srpska citizens in a ghetto, SNSD spokesman Radovan Kovacevic told SRNA.... see more...

SO-CALLED INTEREST CONSTITUTIONAL AND OTHER REFORMS MOST DANGEROUS

BANJALUKA, May 24 /SRNA/ - The so-called interest constitutional and other reforms which are still enforced are the most dangerous and there have been many in the scope of post-Dayton activities aiming to achieve the constitutional and legal model of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Professor of Constitutional Law Mile Dmicic told Srna.... see more...

DAYTON PEACE AGREEMENT VIOLATED BY ‘BiH’ DESIGNATION

SARAJEVO, May 24 /SRNA/ - Bosnia and Herzegovina has only three institutions which according to the State Constitution have the “BiH” designation in their name - the Presidency, the Constitutional Court, and the Central Bank, while the Parliamentary Assembly and Council of Ministers, as well as their two constitutional ministries - of foreign affairs and foreign trade do not have that designation.... see more...

TO STRENGTHEN RUSSIAN INVESTORS’ INTEREST IN INVESTING IN SRPSKA

BANJALUKA, May 23 /SRNA/ - Republika Srpska President Milorad Dodik told SRNA that he will strive to strengthen the interest of Russian investors in investing in Srpska during the forthcoming visit to St. Petersburg, as the Russian side has always proved to be a good partner, and announced that he will meet with Russian President Vladimir Putin and St. Petersburg Governor Georgy Poltavchenko.... see more...

THERE SHOULD BE INFORMATION CENTRE ON ICTY’S WORK IN BANJALUKA

ISTOCNO SARAJEVO, May 23 /SRNA/ - Head of the Republika Srpska Research Centre of War, War Crimes and Tracing Missing Persons, Milorad Kojic, has pointed out that there should be an Information Centre on the work of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia /ICTY/, the same like one that exists in Sarajevo, since BiH is composed of two entities.... see more...