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English21/06/2018

SRNA News Roundup /II/ - June 20, 2018

 

REPUBLIKA SRPSKA

 

BANJALUKA - The National Assembly of Republika Srpska discussed the bill on the execution of criminal and misdemeanour sanctions on Thursday. The law stipulates the procedure for the execution of a prison sentence pronounced in criminal proceedings or a misdemeanour case, long-term prison sentences, custody, community service, security measures including obligatory psychiatric treatment and being held in a medical institution, and obligatory treatment for addiction.

BANJALUKA - The National Assembly discussed the bill on the seizure of property originating from a criminal offence, whose main goal is to define the rules of proceedings comprehensively and precisely, which will facilitate an efficient detection and a temporary or permanent seizure of such property, as necessary.

BANJALUKA - Minister of Labour and Veterans’ Affairs Milenko Savanovic says that a bill on the protection of victims of war torture was adopted thanks to the Government’s commitment.

BIJELJINA - Minister of Trade and Tourism Predrag Gluhakovic says cooperation between all interested countries in the region is required in order to arrive at a good regional law on consumers.

BANJALUKA - The Government of Republika Srpska on Thursday adopted a document “Money Laundering and Terrorism Financing Risk Assessment” and the Action Plan for countering money laundering and terrorism financing in Bosnia and Herzegovina for the period 2018-2022.

BANJALUKA - The Srpska Government on Thursday defined the bill on social housing, a piece of legislation which defines the social housing system in Republika Srpska for the first time.

SAMAC - A commemoration was held in Lugovi outside Samac on Thursday for 24 Army of Republika Srpska veterans and six civilians from Srnice who were killed in the 1990s war, as well as in honour of the fallen people from other places across BiH whose families now live in Lugovi.

BANJALUKA - Head of the Association of Women Victims of War Bozica Zivkovic Rajilic expects the National Assembly of Republika Srpska to finally pass the law on the protection of victims of war torture.

BANJALUKA - National Assembly Deputy Speaker Nenad Stevandic claims that representatives of the Alliance for Change prove every day how they work against Republika Srpska and undermine its interests.

KOSTAJNICA - Five children from Kostajnica will this year go on summer holidays in Becici, Montenegro in the scope of the Socialisation of Children Project implemented by the Srpska Child Protection Fund, Slavica Savic of the municipal social work centre told Srna.

BANJALUKA - A reception was hosted in the Administrative Centre of the Srpska Government for some 600 children from Kosovo and Metohija who are staying in 18 local communities in Srpska between June 16 and June 23 in the scope of the Let’s Bring Together the Children of Kosovo and Metohija and Republika Srpska Project.

BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA

SARAJEVO - BiH Minister of Security Dragan Mektic said Thursday that migration in Bosnia and Herzegovina and the whole region work on the basis of smuggling and trafficking in humans, pointing out that the BiH Prosecutor’s Office cannot manage the situation and conducts the relevant investigations very slowly.

SARAJEVO - Minister of Security Dragan Mektic says he has heard a “big nonsense” from a Labour Party councillor in Velika Kladusa, Elvira Abdia Jelenovic, who suggested that “a state of war should be declared” over the inflow of migrants.

BANJALUKA - An independent member of the Srpska National Assembly Darko Banjac calls for a stronger presence of border police in Kozarska Dubica over the appearance of a group of 15 or 20 migrants there.

FEDERATION OF BiH

BIHAC - Officers of the Una-Sana Canton Ministry of Internal Affairs searched four buildings in Velika Kladusa inhabited by migrants and found and seized several hammers, pincers, pocket knives, scalpels and knives, as well as two packs of cannabis.

SERBIA

BELGRADE - Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic stated after a meeting with his Bulgarian counterpart Rumen Radev that it is a common commitment to overcome conflicts of the past, respect the memorials and commit to good relations in the future.

BELGRADE - A memorial service was held Thursday in the St Mark Church in Belgrade in honour of the Serbs killed and massacred by the Croatian army in the presence of UNPROFOR 26 years ago on the Miljevacki plateau outside Drnis, Croatia.

BELGRADE - The coordination of Serb associations of families of the missing, killed and fallen persons from the former Yugoslavia reports on the 26th anniversary of the crimes against Serbs in the Miljevacki Plateau outside Drnis that the crime was an introduction into the ethnic cleansing of Serbs from Croatia, which ultimately occurred during the criminal operations Maslenica, Medak Pocket, Flash and Storm.

WORLD

MOSCOW - Russian President Vladimir Putin and UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres spoke about the American withdrawal from the UN Human Rights Council, Russian Presidential Spokesman Dmitry Peskov told reporters. /end/ds