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Srpska Republika News Agency (SRNA), 96-12-28

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From: The Serbian Unity Congress Server at http://www.suc.org


DEC. 28, 1996 DAY

NEWS REVIEW, REPUBLIKA SRPSKA

SARAJEVO - The president of the National Assembly of Republika Srpska (RS) Dragan Kalinic, assessed the third session of the National Assembly as being very difficult but constructive. According to him, the toughest debate was held over the Bill on Army, which was immediately adopted. "The large time gap between the adoption of Law on Defence and Law on Army was the basic reason why this procedure was rushed-up", stated Kalinic.

SARAJEVO - At RS National Assembly 3th session, deputies adopted the Law on Army, with 47 votes for, seven against, an nine abstained.

ATHENS - The Greek media report the former Spanish premier Felipe Gonzales announced the Coalition Together won offices in 14 Serbia's municipalities and warned that "Milosevic must recognise this electoral victory". The general assessment of Greek media is that, if Milosevic does not accept the results of OSCE investigation, the crisis in Serbia will deepen, with unforeseeable consequences of possible clashes between the opposition and ruling Socialist Party of Serbia (SPS).

PARIS - The New York Times concludes that the pressure against Milosevic needs to be continued, but that the fate of the peace agreement, signed in Dayton, remains uncertain if the opposition gets to power.

SARAJEVO - The former president of the Muslim Bosnjak Organisation (MBO) and the Muslim dissident in Switzerland, Adil Zulfikarpasic, accused the ruling Muslim establishment in Sarajevo, of "doing everything to create an Islamic country in Bosnia." "We should not ask ourselves whether it could have been better and if we could have gained something, because we have gained nothing. On the contrary, we have lost everything and that is our tragedy", complained Zulfikarpasic in an interview for the latest issue of the Muslim weekly "Slobodna Bosna".

TESANJ - Th head of the Municipal Council of Tesanj refused a possibility of legal establishment of the Croatian Municipality of Usora, reports Muslim Radio Tesanj. He accused Croat leaders of trying to destabilise relations between Muslims and Croats.

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