Thursday, September 27, 2007


BANJA LUKA, Bosnia (27.September,2007) – The meeting of experts from Bosnia's eight leading political parties on police reform has started at the Office of the International Community's High Representative in Bosnia (OHR) in Banja Luka yesterday.

This is the fourth round of technical talks on the Proposal on Police Reform in Bosnia, which was presented to the political leaders in late August.

Participants said before the start of the meeting that five issues will be on the agenda, including two issues concerning police regions, as well as representation in the collegium of ministries, the national composition and the appointment of the police director.

All participants agree that there is not much time left and that an agreement has to be reached by Sunday.

However, PDP representative Slobodan Nagradic thinks that there is time for an agreement even after that deadline.

Alma Colo (SDA), Sejfudin Hodzic (SBiH), Mile Vukovic (SDS), Slobodan Nagradic(PDP), Ivica Gaspar (HDZ 1990), Barisa Colak (HDZBiH),Stanislav Cado (SNSD) and Tomislav Limov (SDP) are taking part in the meeting.

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