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SRNA News Roundup /III/ - October 22, 2018

 


 

2018 ELECTIONS

BANJALUKA - During the talks with Deputy Head of the EU Delegation to BiH, Khaldoun Sinno, in Banjaluka, PDP Leader Branislav Borenovic has said that one of this party’s priorities will be an initiative to amend the BiH Election Law.

MOSTAR - Croatian National Assembly /HNS/ Chair, Dragan Covic, has stressed that the election of a Croat BiH Presidency member in the general elections was illegal, unconstitutional and illegitimate, and that currently there are no laws and constitutional conditions to apply general elections results.

MOSTAR – The Presidency of Croatian National Assembly /HNS/ is of the opinion that HNS parties, according to election results, are the sole bearer of Croat electoral legitimacy after general elections in 2018, the HNS announced today.

REPUBLIKA SRPSKA

BANJALUKA - National Assembly Speaker Nedeljko Cubrilovic stated on the occasion of the 27th anniversary of the parliament that the highest legislative institution has been one of the most significant pillars of Republika Srpska, a guardian of the constitutional structure and guarantor of the rule of law and respect of democratic rights and freedoms of all people in Republika Srpska.

BELGRADE – Collection of papers the "Twenty Years of the Dayton Peace Agreement" by the Law Faculty at the Istocno Sarajevo University have been presented today at the Republika Srpska stand at the International Book Fair in Belgrade.

BELGRADE – The Donja Gradina Memorial Zone Public Institution today promoted two publications at the 63rd International Book Fair in Belgrade - Topola Magazine and Donja Gradina Memorial Zone brochure, on order to preserve the memory of the suffering of Serbs, Jews and Roma in the Independent State of Croatia /NDH/.

BANJALUKA - Banjaluka Mayor, Igor Radojicic, discussed today with His Holiness Bishop Jovan of Pakrac-Slavonia the possibilities of improving cooperation between Banjaluka and local communities from the Pakrac-Slavonia Diocese.

BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA

SARAJEVO - The Una-Sana Canton Police will strive to stop any influx of migrants into the area as of today, while the new location of the reception centre for migrants in Bihac should be known tomorrow, the BiH Security Minister, Dragan Mektic, and the Operational Group to deal with migrant situation in the Una-Sana Canton concluded at today's meeting.

SARAJEVO - There are currently 350 to 400 migrants, including women and children, a hundred meters from the border line between BiH and Croatia at the border crossing Velika Kladusa - Maljevac, and the situation is getting complicated from minute to minute, Sanela Dujkovic, BiH Border Police spokesperson, has said.

SARAJEVO - A session of the Council of Ministers, which has so far been delayed twice due to non-attendance of Croat ministers, should be held next week, a source close to the Council of Ministers told SRNA.

SARAJEVO - The Council of Ministers should discuss the situation regarding the controversial appointment of a BiH agent before the European Court of Human Rights at one of the next sessions, a source close to the Council of Ministers told SRNA.

SARAJEVO - Members of the State Investigation Protection Agency /SIPA/ of BiH arrested an Iranian national in the Kladanj area due to suspicion that he committed the criminal offense of human trafficking.

SERBIA

BELGRADE - Relations between Serbia and Russia are an example of true friendship, mutual respect, trust and versatile cooperation, Vyacheslav Volodin, Chair of the State Duma of the Russian Federal Assembly and Maja Gojkovic, Serbia Parliament Speaker, said at the meeting.

NOVI SAD - Provincial Prime Minister Igor Mirovic and Communist Party Deputy Secretary of China's Province of Hainan, Li Jun, signed a Memorandum of Understanding in Novi Sad today.

REGION

SKOPJE - The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Macedonia has rejected Russia's claim that the parliament majority has been provided by blackmail, threats and votes purchases. /end/vos