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Srpska Republika News Agency (SRNA), 97-01-22

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From: The Serbian Unity Congress Server at http://www.suc.org


JAN. 22, 1997 DAY

NEWS REVIEW, REPUBLIKA SRPSKA

SARAJEVO - The president in the Presidency of the Dayton B&H., Mocmilo Krajisnik, talked in Pale with the chief of the Russian diplomacy in Sarajevo, Yakov Fyodorovic Gerasimov, about the functioning of the joint bodies, the disputable issue of Brcko and the creation of common symbols and a currency. After the meeting, the deputy foreign minister in the Council of Ministers of the Dayton B&H from Republika Srpska (RS), Dragan Bozanic, pointed out that "any kind of help offered by Russia and the other member-states of the Contact Group and representatives of the international community is welcomed in order to have quicker and more operative functioning of the Dayton B&H."

SARAJEVO - A co-chairman in the Concil of Ministers of the Dayton B&H, Boro Bosic, and the minister of civil affairs and communications in this body, Spasoje Albijanic, talked in Pale with French Ambassador, Yves Gaudeul.

BELGRADE - The former RS vice-president, Nikola Koljevic's health conditions is without any changes in regard to the previous day. According to the announcement released by the Informative Service of the Military Medical Academy (VMA) in Belgrade, hospital doctors are undertaking all measures for the intensive care treatment.

BANJALUKA - Today, the hearing of witnesses in the legal procedure against Alija Izetbegovic who is accused of war crimes was continued before a grand board of the Court in Banjaluka, which is presided over by Dragica Glusac. According to the allegations in the indictment, Muslim leader Izetbegovic is charged with war crimes committed against the civilians, prisoners, wounded and ill and for the systematical destroying of civil and sacral buildings.

BRUSSELS - The media in Brussels broadcast the news item that despite of previous delays, the legal procedure against Muslim leader Alija Izetbegovic started today in Banjaluka, asserting that the opening and building of concentration camps, torturing of prisoners, killing of civilians and attacking on hospitals are the main elements of the indictment. The media stress that "Izetbegovic is charged with the intention of creating an Islamic state and the destruction of Orthodox churches and monuments was used for the achieving of this goal."

BERLIN - In an article titled "The Legal Process Against President Izetbegovic", the paper Suddeutsche Zeitung publishes that the Serbs have accused the Muslim leader of numerous war crimes, holding him responsible for the torturing and killing of prisoners and the attacks on hospitals and churches. The legal Procedure represents an obvious signal that the Serbs are not ready to forget all the sufferings experienced in the previous war, regardless of Alija Izetbegovic's formal legal and political immunity.

BANJALUKA - A member of the Main Board of the Serbian Patriotic Party (SPAS) of RS, Milivoje Zaric, stated in Banjaluka that "Brcko, according to Dayton, is the Serbian town and that if the arbitration panel wishes to be fair it has to make compensation to the Serbs for a part of the territory which it owes them on the boundary line near Brcko exactly". At a press conference, he appealed to the international community to pressure the authorities of the Federation of B&H and Croatia so that the problem of imprisoned Sorb soldiers and civilians be resolved as soon as possible.

BELGRADE - Students of both Universities of Belgrade are in Kolarceva Street, participating in an action "by cordon against cordon", which has been continuously lasting for more than 64 hours. They are being on the street for the third night, expecting for a police cordon to withdraw and allow them to walk through the centre of Belgrade. Some hundred actors, medical personnel of the Belgrade clinics and judges of the supreme, municipal and district courts in Belgrade who were taking part in the students' protest also arrived in Kolarceva Street.

BELGRADE - The head of the Democratic Party of Serbia (DSS), Vojislav Kostunica, assessed that the outcome of the political crisis in Serbia is being distanced according to merit of the ruling regime. "Until recently, there was the hope that the political crisis will be ended, but this did not happen because of the behaviour on the part of Slobodan Milosevic's regime exclusively", said Kostunica at a press conference in Belgrade.

BELGRADE - In a statement for the paper "Nedeljni Telegraf", the former vice-president of the Executive Board of the City Assembly of Nis, Branko Todorovic, claimed that about 15 to 20 thousand of counterfeit ballots were distributed to the socialists in Nis just before the local elections, of which a great deal can be found in ballot boxes". Todorovic sees the main culprits for the rigging of elections in Nis in the leadership of the Socialist Party of Serbia (SPS), i.e., in the acting of the vice-president of the Federal government, Nikola Sainovic, and the Serbian SPS secretary- general, Gorica Gajevic.

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