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From: Mirjana Petrovic <>

SARAJEVO - OSCE's representative, US ambassador, Robert Fro wick, stated in Sarajevo that the municipal elections in RS and the CroatMuslim federation will be delayed because of, as he said, "the irregularities in the Serb voter registration". Fro wick stressed that "the holding of the municipal elections sched uled for September 14 is not feasible."

SARAJEVO - Republika Srpska (RS) government dealt with the preparations for the upcoming elections and concluded that all institutional and other conditions for fair and democratic elec tions on all levels have been provided. In a letter sent to OSCE's chairman, Flavio Cotti, and the chief of OSCE's mission in RS and the CroatMuslim Federation, Robert Frowick, the govern- ment has, inter alia, pointed that all institutional and other conditions for the September 14 elections have already been secured, and this on all levels, including local ones as well. It also pointed that there are no legal possibilities for delaying the elections on any level.

PELAGICEVO - Being faced with the Dayton consequences, which [Dayton] created the two states in the former B-H that are irre pressibly striving for becoming independent, the world is presently trying to change everything that can not any more be changed", this is a massage from a popular assembly of the Serbi an Democratic Party (SDS) in Pelagicevo. "The international community did not intended to divide Bosnia into maybe even three parts, but the course of developments is unrestrainable and is leading towards an independency of the national states", warned RS foreign minister and speaker of the RS National Assem bly, Aleksa Buha.

BANJALUKA - The People's Party (NS) assesses the possibility for delaying the September municipal elections in RS and the Croat/Muslim Federation as "the manipulation with the Serbian people in this area, for all conditions for the elections have been found". NS leader Radoslav Brdjanin read an open letter saying that "opposition parties are raising their voice against such policy, for this policy is directed against democracy".

ZVORNIK - The mayor of Zvornik, Jovan Mitrovic, warned of the attempts by the international community at provoking inci dents as many as possible so that the Serbs would be accused of failing to implement the Dayton agreement.

VISEGRAD - About 18 policemen of the Visegrad Police station submitted a sharp protest to the Office of the Party of Serbian Unity (SSJ), for their names have, without their will and knowl edge, been on the SSJ list for the municipal elections, even though they are not the members of the SSJ.

BANJALUKA - IFOR Southwest sector spokesman, Lieutenant Colonel Paul Brook, stated that IFOR has suspended the state of alert that was the last few days in effect in RS. He added that IFOR personnel have captured in Prozor six rocket systems and a greater amount of small arms that belonged to the Croatian De fence Council (HVO), and which will, in accordance with the mili tary aspect of the Dayton agreement, be destroyed.

BANJALUKA - UNHCR spokesman Mons Niberry confirmed that the EKO international humanitarian organisation, at the EU, has provided the additional $7,600,000 for refugess and displaced persons in RS. Niberry speciffied that US $4,200,000 will be spent on humanitarian aid for the western part of RS while US $3,400,000 will be spent in the eastern part of RS.


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