At the site of Miljevina - Tunnels, in the area of Foča Municipality, an exhumation was carried out. A Legal Officer of the Prosecutor’s Office of Bosnia and Herzegovina was present at the site, coordinating the exhumation process, as ordered by the Prosecutor from the Special Department for War Crimes in charge of the respective case.
The accused persons are charged that they, with their actions and activities as President and members of the Republika Srpska Commission for Conducting a Referendum, allowed the carrying out of activities contrary to the BiH Constitutional Court’s Decision on conducting a referendum in Republika Srpska.
In the Memorial Centre in Potočari, re-exhumation and association of the additionally found mortal remains of the previously buried victims of Srebrenica genocide is being carried out upon the order of the Prosecutor’s Office of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
During the visit colleagues from Montenegro heard about the history, internal organization and the results of the Prosecutor’s Office of BiH, as well as the activities of the Prosecutor’s Office in the field of media and public relations and cooperation with the local community.
Acting Chief Prosecutor of the Prosecutor’s Office of BiH, Gordana Tadić presented the performance report to the members of the Constitutional and Legislative Commission of the House of Representatives and responded to questions from the Commission concerning the work and activities of the Prosecutor’s Office of BiH.
Acting Chief Prosecutor of the Prosecutor’s Office of BiH, Gordana Tadić, participated in the ICTY Legacy Conference which is taking place in Sarajevo and spoke about two very important topics regarding prosecution of war crimes and violations of international humanitarian law.
Prosecutor from the Special Department for Organised Crime, Economic Crime and Corruption of the Prosecutor’s Office of Bosnia and Herzegovina has put forward a Motion with the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina, seeking the measure of custody to be ordered against Nermin Jahić (1994), born in Skopje, citizen of Bosnia and Herzegovina and the Republic of Serbia, who was deprived of liberty by the authorized officials of the State Investigation and Protection Agency (SIPA), in continuation of the action codenamed ‘Master’. In the past period, the aforementioned suspect had been unavailable to the judicial authorities.