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Srpska Republika News Agency (SRNA), 97-05-29

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


MAY 29 1997 EVENING

NEWS REVIEW, REPUBLIKA SRPSKA

SARAJEVO - The co-chairman of the Council of Ministers, Boro Bosic, confirmed that a Bill on Customs Tariff was adopted at a session in Sarajevo and thus a portion of the obligations stemming from 'a package for a quick beginning' was met. Bosic stressed that the second co-chairman, Haris Silajdzic, informed the ministers from Republika Srpska and the Federation of B&H of that all of the obstacles for the signing of a customs policy law were overcome.

SARAJEVO - The Ministry of Internal Affairs (MUP) of Republika Srpska sent a letter of protest to the SFOR because of the acts on the part of some of the SFOR units at the check points that they are establishing. The RS MUP's specifies in the announcement of its, that about 19:00 hrs, on May 28th, members of the SFOR stopped, searched the RS vice-president, Dragoljub Mirjanic and his escort, as well as all the citizens who were passing by the check point in the village of Tisma, asking them to show their identity cards.

SARAJEVO - The holding of the Donors' Conference scheduled for the end of June can be prevented in no way if the Laws on Central Bank, Budget and Customs are finalized, stated the OHR spokesman, Colom Murphy at a press conference held in Sarajevo. 'It is necessary to finalize a Central Bank law because the offered possibilities are not to be thrown away, pointed Murphy, adding that a customs law has to be signed by a chairman of the Council of Ministers, Haris Silajdzic.

CLEVELAND - The peace process in the B&H is 'iffy' not only because of the problems in the region, but also of the diplomatic chaos faced by the international institutions in Sarajevo which are in charge of the implementation of the Dayton agreement, assesses the Washington Post. Upon her arrival in Sarajevo within the next week, the US Secretary of State, Madeleine Albright, who maintains that Washington will succeed in reviving of the peace process in B&H by putting pressure politically and economically upon all the signatories, will probably convince herself into the opposite - the foreign institutions participating in the peace process with a seat in Sarajevo are founding themselves in a huge chaos, maintains the paper.

SARAJEVO - At its extraordinary session held in Pale, the Republic Electoral Commission considered the May 26 decision made by the electoral appellation sub-commission on the alleged irregularities in the voters registration in Banjaluka, Prijedor, Gradiska, Kotor Varos, Srpski Drvar and Srpski Kljuc, i.e. Ribnik. The announcement issued after the meeting says: 'because of the wrong assessments that came prior to the making of the decision, the Republic Electoral Commission unanimously concluded to sent a request to the Provisional Electoral Commission for investigating this case and assuming a final attitude on the possible responsibility of the persons working in the registration centres and on the striking of the candidates of just a political party'.

BANJALUKA - The decision of the electoral appellation subcommission on punishing of the branch of the Serbian Democratic Party from Banjaluka is made on the assumptions and unfounded facts, this was concluded at the session of the Banjaluka branch of the SDS. A request was sent to the election appellation subcommission for checking of the May 26 decision, according to which the SDS in Banjaluka is allegedly held responsible for the irregularities in the voters registration and because of which the first name from the Party's candidate list was struck and can not be replaced with another one.

BANJALUKA - The Electoral Commission in Banjaluka made a decision to close all of the voters registration centres in Banjaluka on June 2. The head of the Commission, Vukasin Boskovic, explained the decision was brought on the PEC's chairman, Robert Frowick's proposal, since a seminar with presidents and personnel working in the registration centres is scheduled to take place on the above date.

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