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SRNA REVIEW OF DAILY NEWS, May 18, 1996

Srpska Republica News Agency (SRNA) Directory

From: Mirjana Petrovic <almirja@cotton.vislab.olemiss.edu>

SARAJEVO - The National Assembly of Republika Srpska (RS) supported a decision of the RS president Radovan Karadzic on re placement of Rajko Kasagic from his function of prime minister. President Karadzic explained his decision that he was forced to use his constitutional right and dismiss the former prime minis ter because he did not manage to implement RS policy. It was concluded that the RS had large damages due to his work, because of which 43 deputies of the National Assembly gave an initiative for Kasagic's replacement.

SARAJEVO - Early this morning, the Main Board of the Serbi an Democratic Party (SDS) unanimously supported a decision of the president of Republika Srpska (RS) Radovan Karadzic to dismiss the RS premier Rajko Kasagic. The presidential decision on re placement of the prime minister was supported by the Deputies Club in the RS National Assembly, with only one vote opposing. At a joint session, the SDS Main Board and the Deputies Club, supported a proposal of the RS president Radovan Karadzic that Gojko Klickovic from Krupana-Uni be appointed premier of the RS.

SARAJEVO - The newly appointed prime minister of Republika Srpska ()RS, Gojko Klickovic was born on March 25, 1955 in Krupa naUni. He finished primary school and gym in his home town, and sociology studies in Sarajevo. In Osijek (Croatia) and Belgrade he finished postgraduate laweconomic studies.

SARAJEVO - The new prime minister of Republika Srpska (RS) Gojko Klickovic, stated today that the RS government will keep implementing all provisions of the Dayton agreement, but the same is expected to be implemented by the CroatMuslim Federation, either. Following his meting with the high representative of the international community, Carl Bildt in Pale, Klickovic stated that his primary task is to convene a meeting with all the minis ters within the next week.

SARAJEVO - Following his meeting with the president of the RS National Assembly, Momcilo Krajisnik, the high representative of the international community, Carl Bildt, stated that he will issue an official statement after he receives detailed minutes of all events. When asked whether he supports the former prime minister he stated: "I do support the implementation of the Dayton agreement and that is the primary issue for personalities". The president of the RS National Assembly, Momci lo Krajisnik confirmed that RS will remain stuck to the peace agreement, pointing out that at this morning's National Assembly session, out of 56 deputies them 55 voted for Klickovic a new premier, while one was abstained. "Deputies supported the RS president Radovan Karadzic in his decision on Kasagic's replace ment", stated Momcilo Krajisnik.

BANJALUKA - Members of the Banjaluka Municipal Board of the Serbian Democratic Party (SDS) are pledging their full support to the president of Republika Srpska (RS) Radovan Karadzic, empha sising that he together with the National Assembly have a full legitimacy for brining decisions of a vital interest for the Serbian people. Members of largest SDS municipal board, sharply condemned a public reaction of the dismissed premier, who con tinued to ignore the legally brought decisions.

ZVORNIK - The SDS Municipal Board for Zvornik fully supports the RS president Radovan Karadzic in his decision to replace Rajko Kasagic, adding that the decision was brought in accordance to the RS Constitution.

PRNJAVOR - Members of the "Wolves from Vucijak" Unit, one of the first units formed in the former B-H, offered their support to the RS president Radovan Karazic in his efforts to maintain and develop RS. In a letter sent to Karadzic they stated that lives of many soldiers of the unit were built in the foundations of the Serbian state, that is why they enjoy the right to vow that they are "ready to, together with president Martic and general Mladic, strengthen the democratic RS and its economic development, based upon the SDS programme".

PARIS - The World Congress of the Serbs (SSS), assessed that the criticisms that the international community addressed to Karadzic and the VRS commander general Ratko Mladic are unfounded and libelling. In today's communique, the SSS says that the accusations are deemed to separate the Serbian people west of the Drina from their real leaders who will be replaced by the pale and obedient figures as Rajko Kasagic is, with whose help the same Serbs would be soaked into the MuslimCroat Federation and forced to a final exodus.

BANJALUKA - The RS president Radovan Karadzic got a great support from listeners of the controversy "Krajina" RadioSta- tion, which has been for eight months illegally favouring the policy of the Socialist Party of RS. In last night's contact programme, the true Serb patriots firmly supported the decision of the RS president Radovan Karadzic on dismissal of Rajko Kasag ic, thus shifting the previously conceived concept of the broad cast aimed at getting support for the former prime minister, Rajko Kasagic.

KOZARSKA DUBICA - In Donja Gracanica, the biggest gallows of the Jasenovac Concentration Camp, a requiem for victims of the Ustashe terror - Serbs, Jews and Romes - will be held tomorrow.

PRIJEDOR - In accordance with an agreement made between the UNHCR representatives and the local Serb authorities, a group of 47 Muslims were allowed to visit graves of their relatives in the Prijedor municipality.

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