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Srpska Republika News Agency (SRNA), 97-06-26

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SARAJEVO - A series of laws such as an internal affairs law, a post office law, a civil protection law, a law on organisation and conducting of public works, were adopted at the 9th session of the National Assembly of Republika Srpska held in Pale today. The session was presided over by the speaker of the RS Parliament, Dragan Kalinic. The vice-premier and president of the Sate Commission on Demarcation of Republika Srpska, Velibor Ostojic, stated that neither will the RS police enter into the villages of Ostra Luka and Cvek, in the western part of Republika Srpska, that are mainly inhabited by Muslim and Croat residents, nor the police of the Federation of Bosnia and Hercegovina will enter into the villages of Mala Brusnica and Savulje in the Federation of B&H, which are mainly inhabited by Serb population all until a final agreement on the adjustment of the boundary lines in these areas is reached. The session is to be continued at about 9:30 a.m. on June 27. About eleven bills, among which the most of attention will be paid to the bills on housing, refugees and displaced persons, will be on the agenda of tomorrow's session.

MODRICA - A public hearing against Ferid Halilovic, who was accused of war crimes committed against Serb civilians in the concentration camps of Odzak, Novi Grad and Brod in 1992, was continued before the Grand Jury of the Court in Modrica today. Speaking about the crimes committed by members of the Military Police of the Croatian Council of Defence 102nd Odzak Brigade, of which Halilovic was also the member, the first witness Maksim Dervenic from Novi Grad pointed out that everything that was stated in the indictment against Halilovic is truth.

BANJALUKA - Policemen of the Police Station in Banjaluka arrested Vide Gavrilovic, 20, who was born in Donyi Sokolovac, in the Municipality of Klyuc, under a founded suspicion of killing Nenad Cvijetic, a worker of the 'Energopetrol' enterprise in Banjaluka on June 22. The announcement says that policemen of the Police Station quickly and efficiently came across attacker's trail, who at about 5:00 hrs on June 22 robed a petrol station in Sremski Topolci, killing Cvijetic and seriously wounding Neboysa Ocvirek.


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