Thursday, August 30, 2007

INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY'S HIGH REPRESENTATIVE IN BOSNIA MIROSLAV LAJCAK TO UNVEIL POLICE REFORM PLAN

SARAJEVO, Bosnia (August 30,2007) – The international community's high representative in Bosnia,Miroslav Lajcak, said yesterday he has a blueprint for police reform under wraps which would pave the way for Bosnia for pre-entry talks with the European Union.

Miroslav Lajcak said he would reveal his plan at a series of meetings with the political leaders of Bosnia's parliamentary parties.

The president of the genocidal Serbian creature in Bosnia "the RS" Milan Jelic, said Serbians living in Bosnia wouldn’t consent to the abolition of their police force.
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Lajcak hopes to reach a compromise solution on police reforms. However the outcome of the party talks is as yet uncertain.The political leaders of the Serbians living in Bosnia share Jelic's opposition to the police reform in Bosnia.

Police and constitutional reforms remain the last barrier along Bosnia’s road to the European Union membership.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

"The president of the genocidal Serbian creature in Bosnia "the RS" "

Nice a balanced reporting there!

bosnianews said...

Of course.That is THE TRUTH,and how do you call anyone who doesn't like the truth...you decide...we report.