Srpska Republika News Agency (SRNA), 97-05-17
From: The Serbian Unity Congress Server at http://www.suc.org
MAY 17 1997 EVENING
NEWS REVIEW, REPUBLIKA SRPSKA
BANJALUKA - The Association of the families of the missing soldiers and
civilians from RS sent a message from an annual assembly session in
Banjaluka saying that the B&H can not exist all until there are prisoners
of whose releasing the return of the refugees is dependent. 'If the war is
over, then it has to be over even for us who are looking for our sons',
pointed out the Association's head, Branko Panic. While submitting an
annual report, Panic stated that the fate of more than 950 Serb
soldiers and 850 civilians is still uncertain.
BRCKO - Some 10% of the electoral body registered themselves for the
September local elections In Brcko during the first voters registration
week. According to the secretary of the local Electoral Commission, Milenko
Marjanovic's assessment, it is expected that a greater number of voters
will turn up in the second half of the registration deadline.
VLASENICA - Some 2,062 persons have registered themselves so far for the
upcoming elections at the voters registration centres in the Municipalities
of Vlasenica and Milici. The Electoral Commissions of the above
municipalities express the hope that the number of the voters registered
will keep increasing in the following days.
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