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SARAJEVO - The Serbian Democratic Party (SDS) Assembly elected Radovan Karadzic its president, at its last night's session in Pale. Members of the SDS Assembly, them 353, voted for Karadzic's four year mandate, while one ballot was invalid. The session was closed by the election of the new SDS Main Board, Statutory Council and Supervising Board. Consistent to the SDS Statute, the SDS Main Board will number 85, while the Statutory Council and the Supervising Board seven members each.

HAMBURG - The steady loyalty of the Serbs to RS president Radovan Karadzic lies with a fact that he is a Serb leader, and in relation to all other leaders in the former Yugoslav repub lics, he states his political aims in public, while fulfilling both his promises and threats. "The Hague Tribunal's intentions to construct the guilty of president Karadzic are on shaky legs, for there is more than the stable evidence that the same indict ment might be brought against Alija Izetbegovic and the Croatian president Franjo Tudjman", concludes the German political maga zine Frankfurter Hefte.

LION - Seven most developed industrial countries and Russia are ready to reimpose sanctions upon Serbia unless the RS leader ship do not relinquish the power "immediately and definitely", reports AFP. "We demand that Radovan Karadzic steps off any state function and that he is not involved in making decisions about matters of the state importance", reads the Declaration on Bosnia and Herzegovina, adopted at the Lion summit.

LONDON - The threat with the sanctions against RS and Yugo slavia clearly shows that the international community, particu larly the U.S.A., is trying to establish puppetgovernment in the region, concludes BBC. "The Washington is not obscure concerning its intention to decide who will lead the Serbian people in RS", concludes the British TV, and warns: "Threats with the sanctions against any state in the world is a global U.S. state terrorism, unless someone shares his views with the White House."

LION - For the purpose of supervising the general elections, 2,000 observers will be positioned in RS and CroatMuslim Federa- tion, this was decided by "Group 7" and Russia, and announced in the Declaration on Bosnia and Herzegovina.

LONDON - The is a possibility of tens of Muslims still hiding in the forests of eastern Bosnia, not knowing that a peace agreement was reached in November last year, writes Dnevni Tele graf. The paper writes that the Portuguese IFOR noticed a group of eight armed men who, probably, belong to a group of 2,000 Muslims who escaped Zepa last year.

AMSTERDAM - Mostar is a strictly divided city, and it is known in advance that the administration over the city will be shared by the Party of Democratic Action (SDA) and the Croatian Democratic Union (HDZ), concludes the Holland paper "Volkskrant". "Tomorrow's elections in Mostar, as well as the upcoming elec- tions in the RS and the CroatMuslim Federation will show that, following the elections, the three peoples will not become closer to each others", assessed the daily paper.

MOSTAR - Mayors of the eastern and western parts of Mostar, Mijo Rajkovc and Safet Ocurevic, have different picture of the future of the city after the elections. According to Muslim media, Ocurevic who is a holder of the list for the united Mo star, sees the city without border with unitary city council and single mayor.

MOSTAR - A strong explosion damaged a pastry shop in the main street of the western, Croat part of Mostar, only a day before the first postwar elections in the city, announced Euro- pean police. The EU spokesman in Mostar Howard Fox, stated it is too early for a conclusion whether or not the explosion is con nected with tomorrow's elections.

ZENICA - Fahrudin Mesinovic from Zenica stated that he regrets for every day spent in service with the Muslim army - he has served the army since the beginning of the war - following the kidnapping of his 15 yearold daughter Edina Mesinovic by Mujaheddin, on her way home from school, after an unnamed women invited her into her house for coffee.


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