The accused Sreten Vidović, born in 1979 in Jajce, is charged with illicit trade and unauthorized storage of more than 5,000 packs of cigarettes, which did not have appropriate excise stamps prescribed by the tax legislation of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
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On the occasion of his appointment to office, Deputy Chief Prosecutor of the Prosecutor’s Office of BiH Ismet Šuškić took an oath in the HJPC BiH before President of the HJPC BiH Sanela Gorušanović-Butigan, and the ceremony was attended by Chief Prosecutor of the Prosecutor’s Office of BiH Gordana Tadić.
The accused Jahja Vuković (1999) aka Abdul-Aziz is charged that from 2014 to 2020 he stayed in Syria where he fought in the ranks of the terrorist organisation Al Nusra Front, which was declared a terrorist organisation by the UN Security Council.
Pursuant to the agreement, the sentence of two years and six months in prison was proposed for the accused.
In order to provide accurate information and protect the integrity of the institution, we inform the public that the said case was transferred to the Prosecutor’s Office of the Brčko District of BiH, which is independent in its work, on 30 January 2020, namely almost a year ago.
One legal person (company) from Pelagićevo, its Director and another person authorized to represent it, are accused of damaging the budget of Bosnia and Herzegovina for the aforementioned amount of money.
The collegiums analysed the results achieved in the course of 2020, as well as the plan and activities for the next year.
The indictees are charged with crimes committed against Bosniak and Croat victims in the Donji Vakuf area in 1992.
The accused are charged with the killing of 44 detainees from the Omarska camp, which was committed in Donji Dubovik, in the summer of 1992, as well as with the killing of seven Bosniak civilians, who were moving from the direction of Prijedor towards Bihać.