Croatia

Seselj to continue his closing argument today

Vojislav Seselj will today continue his closing argument before the Hague Tribunal, where he is on trial for war crimes in Croatia, Bosnia and Serbia. Seselj’s closing argument was pushed last week from Monday and Tuesday to Wednesday and Thursday, after he underwent a second surgery when the defibrillator he …

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Croatia appoints first members for EU parliament

Croatia has appointed its first Members of the European parliament, who will immediately have the right to participate in sessions but not to vote until Croatia joins the EU next July. The new Croatian MEPs were chosen on the basis of the last general election results held on December 4.

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Croatian President criticises ICTY for early release of war criminals

Croatian President Josipovic, speaking at a round table discussion concerning the prosecution of war crimes, expressed his dismay: “The International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia, ICTY, and the domestic courts, release those convicted before they serve their full sentence. I do not think that is good.”

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1991 war crimes trial for eastern Croatia continues

Serbian Prosecution Office charged Ljuban Devetak, Milan Devcic, Milan Radojcic, Zeljko Krnjajic, Miodrag Dimitrijevic, Darko Peric, Radovan Vlajkovic, Radisav Josipovic, Jovan Dimitrijevic, Sasa Stojanovic, Dragan Bacic, Zoran Kosijer, Petronije Stevanovic and Aleksandar Nikolaidis for war crimes against 70 civilians

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