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Srpska Republika News Agency (SRNA), 97-03-15

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


MARCH 15, 1997 EVENING

NEWS REVIEW, REPUBLIKA SRPSKA

SARAJEVO - By the adoption of Law on the city of Banjaluka and Bill on territorial organisation and local administration, the first part of the Republika Srpska (RS) National Assmelby session was finished in Jahorina. Following many-hour debate, the deputies of the RS National Assembly ratified the Law on special parallel relations between RS and Yugoslavia, with 61 votes for and 11 against. The Assembly also passed the proposal of the Club of representatives of the Serbian Democratic Party (SDS) that after the ratification of the Agreement, RS and Yugoslav Assemblies reconsider all points of the Article 14 of the Agreement, which stipulates that the Agreement should be ratified by the B-H Parliamentarian Assembly. During the first part of the session, adopted was the draft budget and draft law on implementation of the RS budget for 1997, in addition to draft law on RS Senate.

SARAJEVO - The president of the Council of Peoples in the Yugoslav Assembly, Milomir Minic, expressed his pleasure with the ratification of the Agreement on special parallel relations between RS and Yugoslavia, saying that "this document shows the true need of the Serbian people". "It fosters unity of the Serb people and represents a corner stone of the future relations", stated Minic, who was a guest at the National Assembly session.

BEOGRAD - The former EU administrator in Mostar, Hans Koschnik assessed in Belgrade that the Agreement on special parallel relations between FR Yugoslavia and RS as being "beneficial for the people in RS and is not violating the Dayton agreement". "If RS and Yugoslavia want to do more for the economic development of RS, it can be positive, provided that the authority of B-H is not endangered", stated Koschnik at a press conference in German Embassy in Belgrade.

SARAJEVO - The co-president from the B-H Federation in the Council of Ministers, Haris Slijadzic, stated that Sarajevo could rise a question of the Agreement on special parallel relations between RS and Yugoslavia before the Contact Group and the UN Security Council, reports AFP, adding that Slijadzic specified that his is likely to happen after consultations in Sarajevo.

SARAJEVO - The president in the B-H Presidency, Mocmilo Krajisnik, met in Pale with UNHCR Mission chief for former Yugoslavia, Kerol Fuber, who informed Krajisnik of the programme of visit of the UNHCR head, Sadako Oggata, scheduled for 14 to 16 April 1997.

CLEVELAND - The Muslim Government in Sarajevo, which sentenced four years ago a Serb soldier Sretko Damjanovic for murder of five civilians, of whom two were recently found alive, refused the renewal of the proceeding, for it does not want to take the responsibility off the accused Serb, writes the Washington Post. The paper writes that the testimony on the base of which the verdict was brought "draws many doubts, since, as Damjanovic's defence claims, Damjanovic statement is given under torture".

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