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Srpska Republica News Agency (SRNA) Directory

From: Mirjana Petrovic <>

SARAJEVO - The Serbian people does not sell his leaders and it will never allow that the international community or someone else intrude his leaders, stated the RS National Assembly presi dent Momcilo Krajisnik. "There is very little differences among Serb leaders", said Krajisnik in an interview given Serb TV.

BANJA LUKA - Elections at the level of municipality organi sations are successfully finished and preparations for the Serbi an Democratic Party Assembly (SDS) has been started, stated Party's secretary Vlado Vrkes. After a meeting of the Coordina tion Board of the SDS for the Banjaluka region he said that "the party will remain on a road of the creation of a Serbian state and it will end with the unification with Serbia".

BANJALUKA - The Banjaluka Regional Center head of section for elections Ronald Drayer stated that "according to a decision of the OSCE Interim Election Commission, the registration of voters will start on June 8 and will last by June 19". "All those who are going to take part in elections must be registered on a interim election list from the 1991 census", said Drayer.

SARAJEVO - IFOR will not change its policy regarding the hunting down of suspected war criminals but its troops will be more present throughout Srpska and the Croat/Muslim Federation, stated in Sarajevo unnamed IFOR officer.

BELGRADE - The Hague Tribunal is against the Serbs and the main prosecutor Richard Goldstone hates the Serbs and is a killer with the baby face, this is one of the latest sentences of the deceased general of the Serb Army Djordje Djukic. In an interview with the director of documentary films Milorad Bajic, Djukic said that "president Radovan Karadzic and general Ratko Mladic must not be arrested because they would be killed".

BANJALUKA - British premier John Major visited British IFOR troops in Banjaluka after which he talked with general Michael Jackson, the commander of the British division in the former B-H.

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