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

NOVI SAD - In a letter to editorial of the Novi Sad paper "Dnevnk", the vicepresident of Republika Srpska (RS) Biljana Plavsic demanded a correction of a sentence in her interview granted the paper, published on July 14. In the letter, Biljana Plavsic mentioned that the interview was correct, except a sen tence - "Peace have no alternative" - which she said she could not have ever said.

GLAMOC - In the village of Kamen, near Glamoc, the exhuma tion of the corpses of Serb soldiers and civilians killed from the largest mass grave in the territory of the CroatMuslim Federation continues today. The bodies of 61 victims killed in the summer and fall of 1995 during the Croat offensive on Mt. Dinara, Drvar and Glamoc, will be exhumed today. With the bodies exhumed yesterday, this gives a total of 107 corpses in the mass grave near Kamen.

SARAJEVO - A member of the RS Provisional Electoral Commis sion, Slobodan Kovac, stated that "it was necessary to prolong the deadline for registration of voters to July 31, for a fair number of persons have not been registered yet for the justifia ble reasons." "There are justifiable reasons for registration is slow, because all municipal commissions have not been provided with lists of voters on time or the lists they got were incom plete."

SREBRENICA - The Srebrenica Municipal Electoral Commission announced that approximately about 350 persons daily check their names in the voters' lists in Srebrenica. The Commission's head Rade Golic confirmed that the process of checking is unfolding according to the planned dynamics, and that the registration will be successful.

BANJALUKA - The president of the Serbian Radical Party (SRS) for RS, Nikola Poplasen warned that the SRS will call all patri otic parties and voters to boycott the elections, if the Serbian Democratic Party is not allowed to run for the elections. Popla sen assessed at a press conference in Banjaluka that the preelec tion activities in RS and the Federation are continued "under unseen pressures" by the international community.

BIJELJINA - The vicepresident of the Bijeljina Municipal Board of the SRS for Republika Srpska, Stanko Bobic, reiterated today the position of the party that they will not take part in the September 14th elections if the international community does not allow the Serbian Democratic Party (SDS) to participate in the elections.

BELGRADE - The Presidency of the Congregational National Party (SNS) assessed today that bringing up the issue of the corridor near Brcko "is another form of international pressure upon the Serbs aimed at destabilising the RS". "In attacking the RS leadership and the ruling Serbian Democratic Party (SDS) and in bringing up the most vital question of Brcko, the internation al community wants to destabilise Republika Srpska", stresses the SNS pressrelease.

BEOGRAD - The president of the Democratic Party of Serbia (DSS) Vojislav Kostunica, said Law on Yugoslav citizenship "is inhumane and shows irresponsibility from the social point of view, while from the national aspect it is devastating". "This law, adopted yesterday by the Federal Assembly is not in line with insistence on the state continuity of FR Yugoslavia, accord ing to which all who were citizens of the former Yugoslavia now should have to be citizens of FR Yugoslavia", stated Kostunica at a press conference.

SIPOVO - The Sipovo mayor Stevan Medic stated that 13,000 people live presently in the city, out of whom 500 refugees from Jajce and Kupres, and that they all need support in form of construction material, live necessities and live stock.

KOZARSKA DUBICA - The factory of agricultural machinery in Kozarska Dubica and the Austrian Company "Fogel Not" reestab lished a cooperation, following fouryear long pause imposed by the war, stated the director of the factory Mirko Stojanovic. The first contingent of the products intended for the Austrian buyer, worth DM 40,000, is to be delivered in the following days. If this arrangement proves as successful, the new deliveries amounting to DM 150,000 will follow.

ZURICH - The Party of Democratic Action (SDA) sharply pro tested the OSCE decision to eliminate first seven candidates from the SDA list of candidates from Cazin, whom the OSCE is holding responsible for the incident which occurred in Cazin during the preelection campaign of the opposition candidate Haris Silajdzic, write the Swiss press.


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