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ISTOCNO SARAJEVO, November 8 /SRNA/ - Stasa Kosarac, a member of the SNSD presidency and elected deputy in the House of Representatives of the Bosnia and Herzegovina Parliamentary Assembly, told Srna no lawsuit threats can erase the facts from a problematic and suspicious war-time past of the newly elected Bosniak member of the BiH Presidency, Sefik Dzaferovic.


"Dzaferovic is threatening with an unloaded gun. Institutions of Republika Srpska are not afraid nor should they be afraid of his ill-founded threats with lawsuit, but he should fear the facts that charge him, and fear the truth and justice,” Kosarac said commenting on Dzaferovic’s letter threatening to sue the Government of Republika Srpska and Prime Minister Zeljka Cvijanovic over the statements made in the latest Srpska Government report to the UN Security Council.

Kosarac recalls that during the previous term, the SNSD Caucus in the BiH House of Representatives demanded that a request for the replacement of Sefik Dzaferovic from the position of a member of the House’s Advisory Board be put on the agenda.

"We believed that a politician with such war-time past could not represent one of the parliament houses, but our request was regularly rejected by the votes of all Bosniak deputies and unfortunately by the votes of the so-called Alliance for Change,” said Kosarac.

He added that Dzaferovic admitted in the letter to the Government and Prime Minister Cvijanovic that the BiH Prosecutor’s Office “conducted certain checks” but not a high-quality or unbiased investigation about the facts and evidence the former top SDA official Mirsad Kebo submitted against Dzaferovic.

"The evidence proves that as a war-time chief of police in Zenica, Dzaferovic was undoubtedly aware of the crimes against Serbs in the city and its vicinity, as well as of the crimes of the Mujahideen in Vozuca outside Zavidovici, but did not do anything to prevent those crimes or punish the perpetrators. It is a problem of the State-level judicial institutions that no serious investigation was carried out about it and it is a problem of everyone in this country, especially the people who voted for Dzaferovic that a politician with such war-time past was elected for Bosniak member of the Presidency,” said Kosarac.

He pointed out that institutions of Republika Srpska would not stop seeking the truth and justice and demanding that those who committed war crimes against Serbs be held accountable, regardless of their name or the position they may have held.

"We will demand an urgent adoption of a new war crimes strategy, quicker and better operations on those cases, equal judicial norms and practices for all people charged with war crimes and responsibility for those in judicial institutions who fail to do their job,” said Kosarac. /end/ds