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SRNA News Roundup /I/ - January 22, 2020




BANJALUKA, JANUARY 22 /SRNA/ - Republika Srpska is going to participate in the drafting of a new law on the High Judicial and Prosecutorial Council /HJPC/ of BiH, taking into account the constitutional position, representation of Srpska and important issues such as the selection method for judges and prosecutors, said Srpska Minister of Justice Anton Kasipović.

BANJALUKA, JANUARY 22 /SRNA/ - Nada Tešanović, the chairwoman of the Republika Srpska Council of Peoples, believes it is necessary to abolish so-called "white bread", i.e. being on salary and other privileges once the officials’ term of office expires.

BANJALUKA, JANUARY 22 /SRNA/ - Head of the Republika Srpska Organisation of Families of Captured and Killed Veterans and Missing Civilians, Veljko Lazić, is of the opinion that the fallen soldiers’ families should be exempt from the legalisation of newly constructed housing units in Republika Srpska.

PRIJEDOR, JANUARY 22 /SRNA/ - Monastery Klisina dedicated to St. Marina lies in the fertile and cultivated valley of the Sana River, between Sanski Most and Prijedor, in the village of Ništavci, which is a prayer refuge for many locals of Prijedor, Oštra Luka and other neighbouring places.

TREBINJE, JANUARY 22 /SRNA/ - Master of fine arts, painter and graphic artist from Trebinje, Vera Kekić, has so far had 20 solo and more than 100 collective exhibitions in the country and abroad, and has received several significant awards and recognitions. By: Milena KOPRIVICA


SARAJEVO, JANUARY 22 /SRNA/ - Security Minister at the Council of Ministers, Fahrudin Radončić, and directors of the agencies within the line ministry today discussed options for improving the working conditions of police officers, equipping and staffing of the agencies.

SARAJEVO, JANUARY 22 /SRNA/ - BiH Border Police Director Zoran Galić warned that BiH could face a new migrant wave in the spring, noting that the police agency lacked the material and technical resources to efficiently cover every location where the illegal crossing of the border was possible.

SARAJEVO, JANUARY 22 /SRNA/ - BiH will request the Vienna District Court to award it about EUR 3.6m of formerly deposited money from the time of the former Yugoslavia in the Adria Bank’s account in Vienna, which is presently laying at this court, confirmed Zenit Kelić, the authorized representative of BiH in the Joint Committee for Annex C to the Agreement on Succession Issues.


SARAJEVO, JANUARY 22 /SRNA/ - The demand that the SNSD, as the party that received the most Serb votes in the FBiH, be given the seat of vice-president of that entity is justified and well founded, since only Serb representatives, elected candidates of Srpska-based parties, are able to defend the interests of the Serb people in the FBiH, emphasizes Goran Broćeta, the deputy of the Serb people to the House of Peoples of the FBiH Parliament.

DRVAR, JANUARY 22 /SRNA/ - Drvar Mayor Dušica Runić points out that young people are this local community’s one of the greatest potentials, which is why more attention should be paid to them and enable them to stay.


BELGRADE, JANUARY 22 /SRNA/ - Belgrade will be actively taking legal steps in the coming period to protect the Serb people and the Serbian Orthodox Church /SOC/ in Montenegro, said Serbian President’s Secretary General, Nikola Selaković.


BELGRADE, JANUARY 22 /SRNA/ - His Eminence Bishop Dimitrije of Zahumlje-Herzegovina stated that he had the desire and need to thank the faithful people of Montenegro, but also the world-wide, for standing up for their churches and sanctities, and so united, to persevere in it peacefully and with dognity.

PODGORICA, JANUARY 22 /SRNA/ - Historian Miloš Ković points out that Montenegrin President Milo Đukanović has all democratic rights to choose between the tradition of St. Sava and St. Simeon and the tradition of Josip Broz Tito and Edvard Kardelj, but that he has no right to take away the sanctities belonging to the Serb people.

PODGORICA, JANUARY 22 /SRNA/ - Montenegrin Prime Minister Duško Marković states it is disappointing to see what has been happening in the last month since the adoption of the Law on Freedom of Religion in the Montenegrin Parliament, adding that everything has grown into a showdown with Montenegro and the right of a state to sovereignly decide on internal issues.

BELGRADE, JANUARY 22 /SRNA/ - Today marks 27 years since the aggression carried out by the Croatian forces against the southern parts of Republika Srpska Krajina /RSK/ code-named "Maslenica” in 1993, in which 348 Serbs were either killed or went missing, 55 of whom were civilians, including 34 women and three children under the age of 12, announced the Veritas Documentation and Information Centre. /end/vos