Tuesday, July 21, 2015

Dodik "not against compromise" on referendum

RS President Milorad Dodik says he is "not against" reaching a compromise when it comes to a referendum on state-level judiciary in Bosnia-Herzegovina.
Source: Tanjug
(Beta/AP, file)
(Beta/AP, file)
"If a solution is found parliament could again be deciding on that," Dodik told public broadcaster of the Serb entity RTRS.
Dodik also noted that he four years ago reached agreement with then EU commissioner Catherine Ashton about judicial reforms in Bosnia-Herzegovina.

Noting that "referendums are possible in all states," Dodik stressed that foreigners are not allowing the RS to hold one "in order to prevent people from realizing that things are solved by it."

The RS Assembly decision to hold a referendum about the work of the Court and Prosecution of Bosnia-Herzegovina has caused strong reactions from the international community, while Bosniak representatives in the RS authorities on Monday asked High Representative Valentin Inzko to annul it.

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