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English11/07/2018

SRNA News Roundup /II/ - July 11, 2018

 

REPUBLIKA SRPSKA

 

BELGRADE - President of Republika Srpska Milorad Dodik submits that, after the Mothers of Srebrenica association gave a list of 22,000 Serbs to a German prosecutor, Germany will start chasing after those people, and that is why they should go back home as soon as possible.

BELGRADE - Leader of the Union of Serbs from the Region Miodrag Linta considers absurd the list with 22,000 names of members of the Army of Republika Srpska which the leader of the Mothers of Srebrenica Munira Subasic gave to a German prosecutor.

BANJALUKA - Radojka Filipovic, head of the Bratunac association of families of the fallen and captured and missing civilians, says a list is being prepared of members of the 28th Division of the so-called Army of Bosnia and Herzegovina and other units who attacked all Serb places in Podrinje from the direction of Srebrenica, which will be submitted to a German prosecutor and other judicial institutions in the EU.

SREBRENICA - A German police investigator Klaus Zorn stated Wednesday in Potocari that not a single “person who committed genocide in Srebrenica hiding in Germany” should feel safe from an investigation, arrest or judgement.

BANJALUKA - Srpska President Milorad Dodik and Russian Ambassador to BiH Petr Ivantsov qualified the situation in Republika Srpska as stable.

BANJALUKA - Minister of Labour and Veterans Affairs Milenko Savanovic says it is the Government and Ministry’s commitment to help the most vulnerable pensioners, aware of how life can be difficult having the lowest pensions.

BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA

BANJALUKA - Republika Srpska Minister of Justice Anton Kasipovic has told Srna it is time the local staff in the judicial institutions of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Entities and Brcko District take responsibility for the establishment of the judicial system, its functioning and definitive institution of the rule of law.

SARAJEVO - President of the High Judicial and Prosecutorial Council /HJPC/ Milan Tegeltija has told Srna that a US senior judicial advisor in the BiH Prosecutor’s Office will not have any operational powers, meaning that he will not be involved in certain cases.

BANJALUKA - Introducing American diplomats into the BiH judiciary has already been seen under the pretext of a reform of the court and prosecutor’s office and the practice of foreigners meddling in the BIH internal matters continues, Bojan Vidic, deputy head of the Srpska National Assembly committee on the political system, judiciary and administration, told Srna.

BANJALUKA - Dean of the Banjaluka Faculty of Security Sciences Predrag Ceranic believes that the announcement of stronger UK presence in the Western Balkans made by British Prime Minister Theresa May indicates the continuity of the British policy towards the region and more specifically towards BiH, which is facing instability.

ISTOCNO SARAJEVO - Judicial institutions in BiH, including the HJPC, should operate independently, Radomir Lukic, professor of the Istocno Sarajevo School of Law, said commenting on the engagement of a US Embassy senior judiciary advisor in the BiH Prosecutor’s Office.

SARAJEVO - Lazar Prodanovic, a deputy of the Alliance of Independent Social Democrats /SNSD/ in the House of Representatives of the BiH Parliamentary Assembly, considers it alarming that none of the projects approved to BiH by the European Commission at the Western Balkans Summit in London covers Republika Srpska.

FEDERATION OF BiH

SARAJEVO - SNSD executive secretary for the Federation of BiH Goran Broceta told Srna that a joint Serb list in the Entity composed of the SNSD, Democratic People’s Alliance and Socialist Party has been joined by the National Social Democrats party and that the desired objective has been achieved.

SERBIA

BELGRADE - There is a programmed campaign of perpetual violence against Serbs and their property in Kosovo and Metohija, said Milovan Drecun, the chair of the Serbian Assembly Committee on Kosovo.

PRISTINA - Vasilije Arsic, the defence attorney of the five Serbs taken into custody in Kosovo, has told Srna that he expects an investigation about their alleged criminal responsibility to be suspended due to the lack of evidence.

NOVI SAD - The Petrovaradin Fortress in Novi Sad will open for Exit on Thursday where some of the most popular music stars, such as Migos, Grace Jones, and David Guetta will perform through July 15.

REGION

STRUMICA - Mayor of the Macedonian town of Strumica Boro Stojcev has been arrested on suspicion of smuggling cigarettes, the local police administration confirmed on Wednesday. /end/ds