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Srpska Republika News Agency (SRNA), 97-05-26

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


MAY 26 1997 DAY

NEWS REVIEW, REPUBLIKA SRPSKA

SARAJEVO - Deputies of the Republika Srpska Parliament adopted the agenda with 63 votes FOR and 12 AGAINST, at the 8th parliamentary session on Mt. Jahorina. The speaker of the RS Parliament, Dragan Kalinic, suggested - and was accepted by representatives of the Party of Democratic Action, that their requests for the resolving of the problems of missing persons and prisoners of who the international organisations are informed about, as well as a discussion on the refugees, will be on the agenda of the next parliamentary session. Deputies of the opposition parties assessed the Report on the Work of Government from December 1, 1996 to May, 1997, as a crude and partially said. The report submitted by RS prime minister Gojko Klickovic was sharply criticised by deputies of the Alliance for Peace and Progress (SMP), who expressed dissatisfaction with the results of the Government and asked for its responsibility for, as was pointed out, a very difficult situation in all of the spheres of the society. While responding to the opposition's objections, the minister of industry and energy, Milorad Skoko, dismissed the claims that there were optimal conditions for the work, mentioning the consequences made by five year of sanctions and a market blockade as well as a slight influx of the international aid. While explaining the work of the Ministry of Internal Affairs (MUP) for the last six months, the minister of internal affairs, Dragan Kijac, pointed out that the general security situation in RS is favourable with a general crime in reduction. As he said, the inaccessibility to the inter-entity boundary line is a huge problem, because the IPTF prevents the RS MUP to properly control these areas. The minister of justice, Branko Petric, announced a full review of the RS legislature for autumn, pointing out that thus the RS legislature will be freed from all the negative elements stemming from the socialist and self-management systems.

SARAJEVO - At a session on Mt. Jahorina, the RS Government adopted a certain number of amendments to the Draft Laws which are to be considered at the next parliamentary session. The Government adopted the amendments of the Serbian Democratic Party (SDS) to the Bid on changes and amendments to the Law on privatisation, as well as the amendments to the Bid on loan for the reconstruction and building of RS.

BANJALUKA - On the occasion of May 27, the Day of the Airforce and Antiaircraft Defence of the Army of Republika Srpska (VRS), the RS president and commander-in-chief of its armed forces, Biljana Plavsic, sent greetings to the soldiers and officers. The president gave all the members of the Airforce and Antiaircraft Defence credit for their enormous contribution in the war and fight of the Serbian people for freedom.

BANJALUKA - The secretary-general of the Serbian Radical Party of RS, Miodrag Rakic, warned in Banjaluka that the IPTF 'exceeds the scope and authorisations stemming from the Dayton agreement, trying to perform the so- called testing of the RS police officers'. Rakic called the RS authorities 'not to accept and allow at any cost the offered police reorganisation which should start in Brcko and Banjaluka'. 'Such endeavours are not only in the opposition to the RS laws, but are blatantly violating the provisions of the Dayton agreement, with a view to disturbing of the existing degree of RS sovereignty which is guaranteed by the Peace agreement', said Rakic.

ZVORNIK - If the SFOR US contingent succeed in their intention to open a market in the village of Memici in the Federation of B&H - which borders with the Municipality of Osmaci in RS - at the beginning of June, then the safety of the citizens in this part of RS will be jeopardised, assess officials of the Zvornik Police Station, explaining that 'this would then lead to the uncontrolled movement of a great number of citizens just along the inter-entity boundary line, especially, from the Muslim side'.

TESLIC - Anti-Serb paroles saying: 'We are coming in September', 'Chetniks get out of B&H', 'the Serb women to be seen in harems', 'the Serbs to hang on willows' and similar paroles with clear fundamentalistic messages, emerged on the outer walls of some public buildings such as Clinic, Police, Municipal Assembly of Teslic and other public institutions. According to the Police Station officials, unknown perpetrators are still at large.

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