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Srpska Republika News Agency (SRNA), 97-06-08

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BANJALUKA - The Special UN Rapporter for Human Rights, Elizabeth Rehn expressed her pleasure with the new project of the president of the Constitutional Court of Republika Srpska (RS), Gaso Mijanovic, envisioning the framework and competence of the Ombudsman for human rights, stated RS president Biljana Plavsic, after her meeting with Elizabeth Rehn in Banjaluka. "I had a very open dialogue with Ms. Rehn about various subjects concerning human rights, POW exchange and missing persons", said president Plavsic.

ROGATICA - The RS Government is resolute to create working conditions and proper accommodation first, and then to return refugees, stated the RS prime minister Gojko Klickovic in Rogatica, adding that "forced arrival of major groups of refugees is unacceptable". He said that "return of refugees is organised in the entity of a dominant ethnic group, and all subsequent actions will be done on the principles of reciprocity, while the organised return of a larger number of minority ethnic groups is not possible yet, for this process will take years, and even decades".

SARAJEVO - The head of the RS Union, Cedo Volas, warned in Sarajevo deputy high representative Michael Steiner, that the aid RS received from the international community was not sufficient, and that RS citizens are increasingly unsatisfied. Volas is hopeful that significant amounts would reach RS social funds which will effect the growth of salaries and pensions.

SARAJEVO - Setting Serb houses afire in Drvar on night between May 2 and 3 was a planned action, responsibility for which bear the Drvar authorities, Croatian Defence Council (HVO) and Croatia, assessed the International Crisis Group in its June 6 report. Other than 25 burned houses, and additional 50 buildings were prepared for setting to fire, reads the report, and were burned after an international delegation, led by mediator for Federation of B-H Christian Schwartz Shilling, met local Croat authorities to discuss the return of displaced Serbs to this area.

HAMBURG - Regarding a decision of Federal and province ministers of interior to stop processing requests for return of Muslims and Croats from Germany to RS until further notice, the "Frankfurter Raundshau" writes that the "rigorous course has been lessened a little, but some more substantial deviations from the course of deportation cannot be taken into account".

HAMBURG - Taught by experience from the past "trials" to Serbs in Austria and Switzerland, Germany decided to avoid the legal term of individual responsibility from its legal practice in case of Serbs. Other then Austria and Germany, Switzerland found reasons for unfair processes against Serbs - arrested and found guilty in advance - mainly in its wish to "get rid of their Nazi past on account of Serbs", assess observers at the processes. A Serb, Goran Grabez, accused and then released, was the lucky one because the process did not take place in German speaking area, for the press in German language had found him guilty in advance.


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