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Srpska Republika News Agency (SRNA), 97-02-13

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


FEB. 13, 1997 DAY

NEWS REVIEW, REPUBLIKA SRPSKA

BRCKO - The chief of the General Staff of the Army of Republika Srpska (GS VRS), brigadier-general Pero Colic, expressed his belief that even after a final decision of the Arbitration Commission is made peace will be preserved in the area of Brcko. "I do not want to interfere in political affairs, but SFOR guaranteed that it will, regardless of the arbitration's decision, preserve peace and I do believe in it", concluded the commander of the General Staff of the VRS.

BRCKO - The RS deputy minister of foreign affairs, brigadier-general Milenko Karisik, warned that the Ministry of Internal Affairs (MUP) and the City Assembly of Brcko have undertaken all measures to prevent any incidents in the area, regardless of tomorrow's decision by the Arbitration Commission. "SFOR and IPTF allowed the reinforced measures to Serb police, and in the interest of RS is that no incidents, mass gatherings, protests and similar occurrences take place there, while the MUP will do its utmost to prevent all activities that might jeopardise peace", said Karisik.

BRCKO - At a session held in Brcko, the RS Government considered an initiative for creating conditions for the realisation of the rights of war veterans. After they got acquainted with the documents which were sent to the Council of Ministers of the Dayton B&H, the Government members resolved a series of staff problems. The ministers also used their visit to Brcko so to check the extent of the realisation of the previous governmental decisions on the housing of refugees and displaced persons, the repair of houses and the supply of suburban parts of Brcko with electricity.

VUKOVAR - The leadership of the Serb Eastern Slavonia, Baranja and Western Srem District warned that the forcing of the Serbs to participate at the elections under the current conditions represents a blatant violation of the Erdut agreement, and is making the elections to be double irregular. "The elections are irregular, for 600,000 Serbs, who were the constitutive people in Croatia until recently, can not participate at the same", this was concluded at a meeting of the district leadership and non-governmental organisations held in Vukovar, which was presided over by the District head, Goran Hadzic. It was warned that even by a division of the District and manipulations of citizenship certifications by the Croatian authorities, the elections become a strong means for the ethnic cleansing of the remaining Serb population.

BELGRADE - The president of the Serbian Radical Party (SRS), Vojislav Seselj, stated in Belgrade that the radicals are asking for a new local elections in Serbia, which would be held along with the regular republic and presidential elections during the year. "That is the only rational solution for the extremely irregular situation provoked after the legal order of Serbia and FR Yugoslavia was violated by the passing of a special law on recognition of the local election results", explained Seselj at a press conference.

BELGRADE - Demonstrations in Serbia will be organised all until it is seen how a special law on recognition of the local election results is enforced and whether it will be manipulated with in any kind, stated the head of the Citizens' Alliance of Serbia, Vesna Pesic. She stressed that 'in the event that the Socialist Party of Serbia fully recognises the November 17 election results, the Zajedno [Together] coalition would have yet to fight for democratic changes such as freedom of expressing and unblock of media are".

BELGRADE - The Association for help to refugees and exiles in FR Yugoslavia condemned a statement given by the president of the Serbia Assembly, Dragan Tomic, for the Hungarian Radio, saying that refugees are 'a militant core of the protests in Serbia". An open letter sent to Tomic points out that such a statement about refugees and exiles is 'shameful, dangerous and unacceptable".

SARAJEVO - Last night, several Muslim families were expelled from the Croatian part of Mostar, despite guarantees by the Croatian authorities that they will prevent the ethnic cleansing, observers of the international police in the city report. The UN spokesman, Alex Ivanko, confirmed these allegations at a press conference held in Sarajevo, specifying that four to five Muslim families were expelled from the western part of Mostar.

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