Srpska Republika News Agency (SRNA), 96-12-22
From: The Serbian Unity Congress Server at http://www.suc.org
DEC. 22, 1996 DAY
NEWS REVIEW, REPUBLIKA SRPSKA
LONDON - Humanitarian aid, which has been flowing into the Dayton B-H
during the war, contained "hundreds of tonnes of unusable medicines ",
reveals Sunday Times. The majoror portion of aid, according to the
Medicines Sans Frontieres, arrived from the USA, according to the paper.
BEOGRAD - The OSCE delegation found out that the results of the second
round of municipal elections were "modified to the detriment of opposition
in 14 municipalities, i.e. major Serbia's cities", claim diplomatic sources,
close to the delegation.
BEOGRAD - The Serbian Radical Party (SRS) believes that it is sad that the
election results in Serbia are being verified by foreigners. "We think that
a statement of OSCE delegation chief, Philippe Gonzales, that the available
data provide the right decision about the elections in Serbia, represents
the best proof of a brutal involvement in interior matters of our country",
writes SRS announcement.
BEOGRAD - The power hand-over would be carried out by 1997, stated
president of the Democratic Party (DS), Zoran Djindjic, who said in front
of 100,000 gathered demonstrators that, "it is known who won in Serbia,
which will, as early as the first week of 1997, enter the 21 century.
TRAVNIK - The Croatian Municipal Council of Travnik, asked for help and
protection from the latest Muslim terror against Croats in central Bosnia,
especially in Travnik and Zenica. In a communique, transmitted by Croat
media, the Council said that Muslim extremists removed all signs of the up-
coming Christmas celebration.
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