The central topics for discussion were strengthening the rule of law and prosecution of war crimes, organized crime and corruption cases.
In his address, delivering his report to the UN Security Council, Prosecutor Serge Brammertz of the International Residual Mechanism for Criminal Tribunals (IRMCT) emphasized objective assessments of the work of the Prosecutor’s Office of Bosnia and Herzegovina in war crimes cases, based on expertise and professional standards and criteria.
In the area of Duboki potok, Sekender Vakuf/Kneževo municipality, remains from the previous war were found at an inaccessible location and it is assumed that the remains of a number of people are located at that place.
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The Prosecutor’s Office of BiH bases its appeal against the disputed decision on the violation of the principle of equality of citizens before the law, as well as on the consistent claim that the prohibitive measures imposed cannot ensure the conducting of an efficient and unhindered investigation.
The central topics were related to the work and activities carried out during the COVID-19 pandemic, taking note of the Report on the Operation of the Prosecutor’s Office of BiH for 2017 and 2018 in the House of Peoples of the Parliamentary Assembly of BiH, as well as to the continuation of activities in the coming period.
After receiving the court decision, the Prosecutor’s Office of BiH will analyse it in detail and file an appeal in the case against the suspects Fadil Novalić, Fahrudin Solak and Fikret Hodžić within the legal deadline.
After interviewing the suspects, the prosecution team of the Prosecutor’s Office of BiH submitted a motion to the Court of BiH to order a 30-day custody measure.
After interviewing the suspects, the case Prosecutor of Section III of the Prosecutor’s Office of BiH will submit a motion to the Court of BiH to order a thirty-day custody measure for a total of seven suspects.
These persons are under investigation as they are suspected, as members of an organized group, to have been part of a smuggling chain with the aim of smuggling illegal migrants from the territory of Bosnia and Herzegovina to the territory of the Republic of Croatia and further to other EU countries, with the intention of acquiring unlawful material gain.