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English13/09/2017

SRNA News Roundup /III/- September 13, 2017

 


 


REPUBLIKA SRPSKA

BANJALUKA - The National Assembly of Republika Srpska has reviewed the Bill on Amendments to the Law on Geological Surveys, which deletes the provision according to which a legal entity holding a license for detailed research may also be granted the execution of basic ones. The 21st regular session has continued in the small assembly meeting room. The opposition members who intended to attend the session were not allowed to enter the assembly hall by parliamentary security and the police.

BANJALUKA – NDP deputy in the Republika Srpska National Assembly, Dragan Cavic, stated in Banjaluka today that the opposition will launch an initiative to dismiss Nedeljko Cubrilovic, the speaker of the National Assembly, and Marko Acic, secretary general of this institution, as they work in favour of fomenting illegality.

BANJALUKA - Republika Srpska National Assembly’s Deputy Speaker, Nenad Stevandic, has expressed satisfaction as a plan to provoke violence in Srpska’s highest legislative institution failed.

BANJALUKA - Republika Srpska Prime Minister Zeljka Cvijanovic assessed today in Banjaluka that it is important that the Srpska National Assembly of works smoothly and that it has not fallen into the trap of institutional blockade.

BANJALUKA - The Alliance of Independent Social Democrats /SNSD/ has warned that by the violent interruption of the Republika Srpska National Assembly’s work, the Alliance for Change /SzP/ started the most dangerous adventure so far - the demolition of parliamentary democracy and thus Republika Srpska.

SARAJEVO - Head of the SNSD Caucus in the House of Representatives of the Parliamentary Assembly of BiH, Stasa Kosarac, believes that a special war against Republika Srpska is in progress and emphasizes that "the SDS, together with internationals, the PDP and the NDP, is trying to provoke chaos in Srpska."

BELGRADE - Dragomir Andjelkovic, an analyst, believes the opposition in Republika Srpska has the right to block parliament, but that "it cannot overturn the state, especially bearing in mind "Macedonian scenario".

BELGRADE - Aleksandar Pavic, an analyst, has said that the opposition's behavior in the Republika Srpska parliament is going to benefit those who would like to paralyze the institutions of Srpska.

BELGRADE - Leader of Zavetnici, Serbian Movement, Stefan Stamenkovski, has said that today's blockade of the National Assembly of Republika Srpska, which the opposition has opted for, can be compared to developments in Macedonia and other countries in past decades that did not want to comply with American and Western interests.

BANJALUKA - The RTRS editorial board has strongly condemned the expulsion of a cameraman of this media house from the meeting hall of the National Assembly of Republika Srpska.

BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA

BANJALUKA - Republika Srpska Prime Minister Zeljka Cvijanovic stated today that a fundamental reform of the BiH Missing Persons Institute is necessary.

SARAJEVO - A BiH Presidency member from Republika Srpska, Mladen Ivanic, and Head of the EU Delegation to BiH, Lars-Gunnar Wigemark, expressed fear at today's meeting in Sarajevo that the current political situation in BiH could change the current positive image about BiH in Brussels.

SARAJEVO - During a meeting with BiH Presidency Chairman Dragan Covic in Sarajevo, US Ambassador to BiH, Maureen Cormack, and Head of the EU Delegation to BiH, Lars-Gunnar Wigemark, emphasized today that all politicians in BiH have the responsibility to ensure the smooth holding of general elections in 2018, and that institutions be formed in a timely manner.

SARAJEVO - Croatia's government commissioner for Agrokor, Ante Ramljak, said today in Sarajevo that BiH suppliers will surely collect claims, and that employees of the Agrokor's companies in BiH no longer have to fear for their jobs.

SARAJEVO - Head of the Republic Research Centre of War, War Crimes and Tracing Missing Persons, Goran Krcmar, stated before the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina that it was indicative that a mass grave in Vucica with 64 bodies of Serbs killed in the El Mujahid Detachment camp in Gostovici was moved in 1997, which could not have been done by an individual, but the crime was systemically concealed, and that the Federal Commission on Searching for Missing Persons exhumed the bodies in 2006 skipping the regulations, without informing the Serb side.

SERBIA

BELGRADE - The Association of Families of Abducted and Killed Persons in Kosovo and Metohija has announced that all those who supported the prime minister of the self-proclaimed Kosovo, Ramush Haradinaj, who Serbia charged for murder and serious crimes committed in Kosovo in 1998 and 1999, and his government, are aware of the fact that they have protected the KLA leaders from being prosecuted before the Special Court for KLA crimes against Serbs.

BELGRADE - Serbian Prime Minister Ana Brnabic stated today she expects successful talks with the International Monetary Fund /IMF/ mission and that she believes that the final decisions on wage and pension increases will be announced in the next three weeks.

REGION

PODGORICA - Montenegrin Foreign Minister Srdjan Darmanovic stated today that the issue of demarcation with /the self-proclaimed/ Kosovo has been closed for Montenegro. /end/vos