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BiH: For and against ban of Wahhabi and Salafi movements

03. September 2010. | 07:24

Source: Fena

 House of Representatives of the Parliamentary Assembly of BiH ended their discussion on the Proposal of the addendum of Criminal Law of BiH.

 House of Representatives of the Parliamentary Assembly of BiH ended their discussion on the Proposal of the addendum of Criminal Law of BiH.

It is addendum, which predicts ban of Vehabia and Selefi movements, which present, as SNSD’s Club claims a threat to BiH security. For those who are members of the organization or who support these movements in any way, addendum predicts prison sentence from 1-5 years.

Delegate Bakir Izetbegovic pointed out during the discussion that the Proposal does not fulfill basic elements: definition and explanation of submitting this proposal.

Criticizing the Proposal of SNSD’s Club, delegate Denis Becirovic pointed out that this is “a pre-election topic for which SNSD thinks will be politically profitable”.

”SNSD does not have legitimacy to propose such a thing because it is clear to everyone that they have inhibited the Law on banning Fascist organizations for four years now”, Becirovic said.

In their explanation for adopting this addendum, SNSD stated preservation of territorial integrity of BiH amongst other things, after which Becirovic warned them that they should first look at their own ranks and identify and recognize those who damage territorial integrity of BiH the most.

”This proposal completely stands against the Constitution of BiH and Convention on Human Rights”, delegate Remzija Kadric emphasized.

One of the presenters, Lazar Prodanovic pointed out that the intention of the proposed addendum is to establish which organizations pose a threat to BiH security.

During the discussion, delegate Beriz Belkic confirmed the stance of Party for BiH that terrorism, which is present in BiH, has to be dealt with.

”I think that the Proposal of SNSD’s Club is selective and does not treat the issue of terrorism completely”, Belkic said.


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