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Fuele in BiH, dialogue on judiciary to begin

06. June 2011. | 11:10

Source: Tanjug

EU Enlargement Commissioner Stefan Fuele will arrive in Bosnia-Herzegovina (BiH) Monday, where he will begin the dialogue on BiH judiciary.

EU Enlargement Commissioner Stefan Fuele will arrive in Bosnia-Herzegovina (BiH) Monday, where he will begin the dialogue on BiH judiciary.

Republika Srpska (RS) Justice Minister Dzerard Selman told the journalists last week that both the representatives of RS and BiH Federation, as well as Brcko district (northeastern BiH), will take part in the meeting.

On that occasion, Selman said that Fuele will meet RS President Milorad Dodik in Banja Luka Monday.

Fuele will also confer with Bosniak member of the BiH Presidency Bakir Izetbegovic in Sarajevo Monday, the BiH Presidency released.

Fuele is heading a commission which will analyze the situation in the BiH judiciary and give certain recommendations.

The dialogue followed the agreement between Dodik and EU High Representative for Common Foreign and Security Policy Catherine Ashton.

Dodik then said that there is no need for holding a referendum, as the European Commission, headed by Fuele, will analyze the situation in BiH judiciary and give certain recommendations.

At Dodik's proposal, the RS parliament made a decision last week to abrogate the decision on holding a referendum on BiH court and prosecutor's office, whereby formal reasons were set out for the beginning of a structural dialogue on BiH judiciary.

Main RS's objections are that the BiH court and prosecutor's office do not process war crimes committed against Serbs, and that criminal law is being implemented retroactively, which opposes European practices.


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