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SRNA REVIEW OF EVENING NEWS, June 3, 1996

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

NIS - The president of the National Assembly of Republika Srpska (RS) Momcilo Krajisnik stated that the problems in the MuslimCroat Federation are placing a question mark at elections in the former B-H planned to take place in September. Momcilo Krajisnik expressed his skepticism regarding the respecting of some deadlines, and reminded that the international mediators faces elections related problems first in Mostar. "The interna tional mediators are still trying to allot us a part of blame", stated the RS Parliament president.

BEOGRAD - The president of the Democratic Party (DS) Zoran Djindjic characterised the Geneva Summit as "one more postpone ment of facing truth on prospects of survival of the former B-H as a state, as conceived in Dayton". A constant U.S. insisting at removal of Radovan Karadzic and general Ratko Mladic from the political life proves that "the U.S.A. wants to achieve a kind of visual success", stated the DS president Zoran Djindjic.

BEOGRAD - The secretarygeneral of the Serbian Radical Party Aleksandar Vucic, assessed as being senseless to seek the removal of someone who enjoys a complete support of his own people, which is the case with president Karadzic. "If the Serbs want Radovan Karadzic, it cannot be denied, not even by the Serbian president Slobodan Milosevic or the U.S. secretary of state Warren Christo pher", stated Vucic.

BEOGRAD - The Democratic Party of Serbia spokesman Milorad Jovanovic, stated that participants of the Geneva meeting want to find a way to influence the outcome of the elections in the former B - H. Jovanovic stated that some participants of the Geneva meet ing are hopeful that removal of the RS president Radovan Karadzic would help the victory of those forces committed for an unitary Bosnia".

BANJALUKA - The names of 12 Serb soldiers - whose remains were exchanged two days ago in Koprivina, near Sanski Most - were determined in an identification proceeding led by pathologist Zeljko Karan. With the help of their family, the identified were following soldiers: Mirko Mrdja, Dusko Erceg, Drago Dragic, Bogdan Mirkovic, Sinisa Perduh, Milos Stupar, Jovo Babic, Goran Mandic, Bosko Rakic, Zdravko Mirkovic, Dusko Jojic and Dusan Solomun.

SARAJEVO - At IFOR's spokesman, colonel Marc Mariner, stated at today's press conference in Lukavica, that the incidents like the one in which a Serb, Gojko Pandurevic, was beaten, must not be an obstacle to the upcoming elections. While referring to the alarming problem of the demarcation in the Sarajevo region, colonel Mariner stated that "there are no new details yet."

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