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SRNA News Roundup /III/ - September 11, 2018




BANJALUKA – Republika Srpska President Milorad Dodik and Prime Minister Zeljka Cvijanovic emphasized today in Banjaluka that the concept of the Positive Forces of Srpska movement, which is focused on culture, education and spiritual reconstruction as the foundation of every society, is of great importance and should be supported.

BANJALUKA - Speaker of the Republika Srpska National Assembly, Nedeljko Cubrilovic, and the rectors of public universities in Banjaluka and Isticno Sarajevo, Radoslav Gajanin and Stevo Pasalic, agreed today in a meeting in Banjaluka that the improvement of higher education quality in Srpska and study programmes rationalization are necessary.

BANJALUKA - Three persons from Banjaluka suspected of unauthorized production and trafficking in narcotic drugs, were escorted to the District Public Prosecutor's Office Banjaluka for inquiry, after which the competent prosecutor will decide on detention measure.


SARAJEVO - Chairman of the Serb People Caucus in the House of Peoples of the Parliamentary Assembly of BiH, Sredoje Novic, is of the opinion that the amendments to the Criminal Procedure Code have made enormous progress in the part relating primarily to the witness immunity, the issue of suspension of investigation and indictment.

SARAJEVO - Deputy Chair of the House of Peoples of the Parliamentary Assembly of BiH, Barisa Colak, is not fully satisfied with the work performance of the House within the past four-year term.

SARAJEVO- According to the information on migration in BiH adopted today by the Council of Ministers, between the beginning of the year and September 9, 13,146 illegal migrants were reported to the Service for Foreigners' Affairs in BiH, of whom 12,194 intended to apply for asylum, while 1,102 persons have applied for asylum.

SARAJEVO - A member of the SDS Main Board, Dragan Mektic, has stated that imposing sanctions by the US administration on anyone in Republika Srpska, including SNSD deputy in the House of Representatives of the Parliamentary Assembly of BiH, Nikoli Spiric, does not make the Party happy.

SARAJEVO - The Prosecutor's Office of BiH has proposed detention for Izet Nizam, who is under investigation over suspicion that he has committed corruption offenses while serving as deputy director of the Service for Foreigners' Affairs.


ODzAK - The Posavina Canton Prosecutor's Office will issue an order to conduct the investigation and certain expert assessments in order to establish the circumstances surrounding the attack on the Vukosavlje Municipality mayor, Borislav Rakic that occurred on his property in Gornji Svilaj in the federal municipality of Odzak, prosecutor Ivanka Stanic confirmed to SRNA.


BIJELJINA - The head of the SDS list for the Republika Srpska National Assembly in the Constituency 6, Tomica Stojanovic, today criticized the situation in the Republika Srpska Railways Enterprise and said that this giant company with 3,000 employees should "be managed by profession and science, instead of politics."

SARAJEVO - A public opinion poll conducted for an international organisation in BiH by a reputable agency in late August, based on the opinion of 2,000 respondents in Republika Srpska, shows that 41.5 percent of respondents would support the SNSD, while 20.5 percent would vote for the SDS.

SARAJEVO - The FBiH Employers Association has sent to the political parties to participate in the general elections in BiH, a request for supporting employers in order to achieve a better business environment. A document titled "What Do Employers Expect from Government?" is a result of a public debate involving more than 20,000 employers, members of this federal association.


BELGRADE – At today’s meeting with the president of the International Criminal Police Organisation /INTERPOL/, Meng Hongwei, Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic pointed to the need for strengthening the cooperation between the Serbian police and Interpol in order to jointly counter the current global challenges.

BELGRADE - US Ambassador to Serbia Kyle Scott has said the United States leaves space and time to the parties in conflict to find a solution, and that reaching an agreement between Belgrade and Pristina is the most important.

BELGRADE - Serbian Prime Minister Ana Brnabic, who is visiting the European Organisation for Nuclear Research /CERN/ in Geneva, has said she hopes Serbia will become a full member of CERN by the end of this or early next year.


ZAGREB - Croat Ilija Mamic claims that he knows the locations where the gold the Ustasha had robbed from their victims, was buried during the Independent State of Croatia. /end/vos