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From: Mirjana Petrovic <>

VLASENICA - At the session of the Municipal Board (OO) of the Serbian Democratic Party (SDS), held in Vlasenica, a full support was given to Dr. Radovan Karadzic and his candidacy at the upcoming September elections for the president of Republika Srpska. The SDS Municipal Board adopted a list of candidates from the Party for 40 free places within the Board in the Vlasenica Municipal Assembly.

KOZARSKA DUBICA - A meeting of support for the RS president Radovan Karadzic and the RS Army chiefof-staff, general Ratko Mladic, will take place in Kozarska Dubica, on July 12, St. Pe ter's Day (the Patron Saint of the SDS). The meeting, named "For freedom and Republika Srpska, but against the Hague", organised by the Municipal Board of SDS from Kozarska Dubica, will start at about 11:00 hours at the Nikola Pasic Square.

MOSCOW - The director of the Department for Information at the Russian Ministry of External Affairs, Grigorij Karasin, stated that Russia supports the decision of President Radovan Karadzic of Republika Srpska for transferring his authorities to the vicepresident Biljana Plavsic and warned that the arrest or other pressures could "grow into a violent operation". According to him, some other steps that could "destabilise the general situation in the region are now extraordinary dangerous".

PODGORICA - RS president Radovan Karadzic is the only person that is worthy to represent the whole Serbian people and its interests before the whole world, said secretarygeneral of the Serbian Radical Party (SRS) from Montenegro, Ugljesa Rabrenovic in a statement for SRNA. According to him, by transferring the authorities to the vicepresident Biljana Plavsic, in accordance with the Constitution, Dr. Karadzic "has made a political ges ture", to which he was brutally forced by world powerful persons and some other persons from the FR of Yugoslavia".

PODGORICA - If those deciding upon the fate of the world expect for the elected president of the RS to be someone who will act in the opposition to the interests of his own people, then this horrible pressure will last very long, stated for SRNA spokesman of the National Party (NS), Zelidrag Nikcevic. While commenting the request by the High Representative, Carl Bildt, for Dr. Radovan Karadzic's resignation, Nikcevic said that "it would be more fair if somebody from that cabinets would show their cards and suggest who will be the ideal president of the RS, because such pressures are unregistered in modern European history".

LONDON - The sanctions against RS are aimed not only to force president Radovan Karadzic to submit his resignation from the power, but to create the situation in which his compatriots would blame him for the economy misery that befell the state, report British observers. This is an American trick, that experi enced fiasco on Cuba and Iraq, because the people, beyond the expectations of the White House advisors for security and the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), did raise the revolt.

AMSTERDAM - One more mass grave was found in Donje Seliste (S of Zagreb) wherein Serbian civilians, killed on August 7 and 8, 1995 during the Croatian aggression against the Republika of the Srpska Krajina (RSK), were buried, writes the Dutch paper, Crau. According to the authors, Jan Balat and Abbe De Frist, these are Serbian refugees killed on the GlinaDvor road by the Croatian air force while trying to reach the RS territory.

BERLIN - The elections in Mostar were not democratic, be cause the Serbs that represented the one fourth of the population before the war were not allowed to vote, assesses the Berlin paper, Junge Welt. "Just a few Serbs that decided to come in Mostar were not able to vote, because IFOR and the EU police failed to guarantee the safety for them, while some of them were beaten up in the Muslim part of the city", reminds us the German paper.

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