Suspect I.Ć. (1995) is suspected of having committed the following criminal offenses: Organizing a Terrorist Group (article 202d) Unlawful Establishing and Joining Foreign Paramilitary or Parapolice Formations (article 162b) and Terrorism (article 201) of the CC BiH.
Having questioned the suspects, the Prosecutor from the Special Department for Organised Crime, Economic Crime and Corruption of the Prosecutor’s Office of Bosnia and Herzegovina in charge of the case put forward a Motion with the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina, seeking that custody be ordered against the following suspects:
Chief Prosecutor of the Prosecutor’s Office of Bosnia and Herzegovina Gordana Tadić and the officials from the Special Department for War Crimes have met with the War Crimes Prosecutor of the Republic of Serbia Snežana Stanojković and her associates.
Chief Prosecutor of the Prosecutor’s Office of Bosnia and Herzegovina Gordana Tadić met with the Ambassador of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to Bosnia and Herzegovina, H.E. Hani Abdullah M. Mominah.
Pursuant to an Order of the Prosecutor’s Office of Bosnia and Herzegovina, police officers of the Border Police of Bosnia and Herzegovina have been conducting activities of deprivation of liberty and searches at several locations, due to the commission of the criminal offence of Organizing a Group or Association for the Purpose of Perpetrating the Criminal Offence of Smuggling of Migrants, as referred to in Article 189a, Paragraph 1 of the Criminal Code of Bosnia and Herzegovina and in conjunction with the criminal offence of Smuggling of Persons, as referred to in Article 189, Paragraphs 1 and 2 of the Criminal Code of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Chief Prosecutor of the Prosecutor’s Office of BiH Gordana Tadić participates in the 6th Regional Conference on “Protection of Cultural Heritage and Prosecutors’ Independence” taking place in Bucharest, Romania. The conference has been organised by the Prosecutor’s Office within the High Cassation Court of Romania, OIF and AIPPF.
In accordance with our previous information that the public will be apprised of the activities of the Prosecutor’s Office of Bosnia and Herzegovina following the information issued on 03 April 2019, the Prosecutor’s Office of Bosnia and Herzegovina hereby notifies the public that it has issued an Order for Conducting Investigation against Dragan Mektić.
Ms. Gordana Tadić, Chief Prosecutor of the Prosecutor’s Office of Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Prosecutors from the Special Department for War Crimes have met with Ms. Bakira Hasečić, President of the ‘Woman-War Victim’ Association and Mr. Mirsad Tokača, Director of the Research and Documentation Center (RDC).
The BiH Prosecutor’s Office issued an Order Not to Conduct Investigation against Mijo Krešić - Deputy Minister of Security of BiH, Mato Đaković - journalist, and Ivan Bandić - Consul General of the Republic of Croatia to BiH, Tuzla Consular Office, after carrying out verifications within the case formed by the Prosecutor’s Office of BiH ex officio
in connection with the allegations stated on an Internet portal alleging that these persons are involved in illegal activities related to the recruiting of citizens of BiH for the purpose of carrying out illegal activities in BiH connected to the members of the Salafi Movement.
Chief Prosecutor of the Prosecutor’s Office of BiH Gordana Tadić, together with her associates, officials and staff from the Special Department for Organised Crime, Economic Crime and Corruption, held a meeting with a delegation of the project for providing support to HJPC BiH regarding the implementation of the European Commission, OSCE Mission and GRECO recommendations pertaining to the strengthening of capacities for conducting financial investigations and combating high-level corruption, as well as combating organised crime and money laundering.