Prosecutors and expert staff of the Prosecutor’s Office of BiH, together with international experts, exchanged experiences and positive practices in prosecuting war crimes, organised crime, corruption, financial crime, human trafficking and terrorism.
In the case against Ljuban Ećim, who is charged with committing Crimes against Humanity in Kotor Varoš and surrounding area, the Prosecutor’s Office of BiH formally proposed the summoning of 261 witnesses and provided about 1450 pieces of material evidence, as well as the Record on Questioning of the Suspect.
On 17 January 2020 the Prosecutor’s Office of BiH received a confirmed indictment and a notice from a Preliminary Hearing Judge of the Court of BiH, which confirm the Indictment in the case v. Dragan Mektić et al. in its entirety with respect to all the accused persons.
The suspects transported to BiH are under investigation for criminal offenses of Organizing a Terrorist Group (Article 202d), Unlawful Establishing and Joining to Foreign Paramilitary or Parapolice Formations (Article 162b) and Terrorism (Article 201) of the CC BiH.
The Chief Prosecutor of the Prosecutor’s Office of BiH, Gordana Tadić, together with her Deputy Chief Prosecutor and the Prosecutor from the prosecution team working on the Memić case, met with Muriz and Arijana Memić, as well as the family’s legal representative, attorney Ifet Feraget.