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EAST SARAJEVO, June 26 /SRNA/ - The Chairman of the SNSD Caucus in the BiH House of Representatives, Staša Košarac, most vehemently condemned activities of the BiH Intelligence-Security Agency /OBA/ which put under surveillance and is monitoring certain media outlets in Republika Srpska and the region.


He warned that control of this intelligence agency and numerous other institutions at the level of BiH is the key reason why the SDA and Bakir Izetbegović are obstructing the formation of a new Council of Ministers.

“Thanks to obedient Serb personnel and support from a part of the IC, Bakir Izetbegović is controlling a majority of joint institutions which systematically work against the interests of the Serbian people and Republika Srpska. The Constitution, laws, the ban on employment are being violated, and Bosniaks are trying to achieve their political goals by force, which leads to the chaos which is unacceptable and unbearable for Republika Srpska,” Košarac told SRNA on Wednesday.

He said that it was obvious that neither legitimate representatives of the Croatian people in joint BiH institutions were ready to accept such a state of affairs.

“For the first time in the history of post-Dayton BiH, it happened that legitimate representatives of both Serbs and Croats failed to attend a session of the BiH House of Peoples, which speaks enough about the state of affairs in BiH at the moment. Bakir Izetbegović and his mentors in some Embassies in Sarajevo should think deeply about the chaos they are producing and about a result of this chaos,” Košarac said.

He has said that legally elected Republika Srpska representatives in joint institutions will not succumb to any pressures or blackmail and that they will defend constitutional and legal rights of Republika Srpska and the Serbian people.

“I see that those from Sarajevo again found some Serbs from Republika Srpska who are announcing they will sue SNSD MPs and MPs from our partner parties for alleged idleness in the BiH Parliament and failure to attend sessions of Parliament. These are pure nonsense since a law banning elected MPs from expressing their political position has ever been adopted,” Košarac said.

He has added that the position of the SNSD and its coalition partners is absolutely clear, constitutional and legal.

“We demand that authorities be formed immediately and without any conditions, based on the democratically expressed will of citizens in the past elections. We do not agree to give any kind of legitimacy to those who were not elected to the BiH Parliament by the Serbian people in Republika Srpska and there is nothing illegal or illegitimate about it,” Košarac said. /end/sg