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Srpska Republika News Agency (SRNA), 97-08-17

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


AUG.17, 1997 DAY

NEWS REVIEW, REPUBLIKA SRPSKA

SARAJEVO - By the decision of the Constitutional Court of Republika Srpska /RS/, reached through the valid democratic procedure, the constitutional crisis is over, but the political crisis, it seems, will be continued, stated for SRNA the president of the National Assembly of Republika Srpska Dragan Kalinic. "It seems to me that just another party expected political but not a legal decision, because the argumentation and behaviour of another side in the this dispute, including incredible pressure and interfering of some international legal and other experts in exclusively our internal legal issue and into the work of the Constitutional Court, just was and still is the special political pressure", said Mr. Kalinic. Because of all of this, stressed the president of the National Assembly, it is good that the Constitutional Court has brought the final decision and from the point of view of the RS Constitution put a full-stop on the dilemma what is and what is not constitutional in the whole dispute.

BELGRADE - The president of the National Assembly of RS Dragan Kalinic expressed the expectations that the president of Republika Srpska Biljana Plavsic will respect the decision of the Constitutional Court, what would, according to him, do the parliament and Government if the decision was opposite. "It is good that the Constitutional Court, which certainly passed through the great legal difficulties, has brought the final decision, what made a great relief to the people and what is the best proof that RS is the legal state", concluded Mr. Kalinic in an interview for the Belgrade's "Vecernje novosti".

PARIS - The Parisian daily "Le Monde" claims that after the decision of the Constitutional Court of RS about the nonconstitutionality of the decision of president of RS Biljana Plavsic to dissolve the National Assembly the political crisis is sharpened, and that the possibility that the president Plavsic will repeat this decision. This news support this assertion by the statement of the authorised by president of RS Banja Luka's lawyer Milan Trbojevic that after the decision of this high institution of RS "it is not excluded that Ms. Plavsic will again dissolve the National assembly".

SARAJEVO - The Special envoy of the U.S. president for Balkans Robert Gelbard would have to come again in this region to check up the implementation of what was agreed in previous week.

SARAJEVO - The requirement of the minister of education and sport in the Croatian Government Ljilja Vokic presented during the visit to the West Herzegovina county to apply the educational programme of Republic of Croatia in this region of B&H provoked numerous complaints and reactions in the Moslem media. The minister Vokic promised that the Croatian Government will grant the books from Croatian educational programme to all pupils in the Western Herzegovina.

BELGRADE - The president of the Serbian Radical Party /SRS/ Vojislav Seselj expressed the non-confidence against the monitoring mission of OSCE during the impending municipal and parliamentary elections in Serbia and announced that his party will not cooperate with OSCE monitors. As the reason for such an attitude of the radicals Seselj quoted at the press conference in Belgrade "the treatment which FR Yugoslavia has in the international organisations" but also the counterfeiting the electoral results in RS and FB&H, held under the OSCE control.

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