At a meeting held via video conference, Chief Prosecutor Gordana Tadić and the Head of the OSCE Mission to Bosnia and Herzegovina Kathleen Kavalec discussed the current issues of war crimes cases prosecution and serious violations of international humanitarian law, as well as other important issues within the scope of work of these institutions.
The prison sentence in the duration of eight months and the confiscation of hundreds of packs of cigarettes and cut tobacco with a total market value of tens of thousands of BAM proposed.
THE INFORMATION YOU PUBLISHED ON YOUR PORTAL IS INCORRECT. IN THE PROSECUTOR’S OFFICE OF BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA, ALL CASES ARE RECORDED IN THE DATABASE OF OPEN WAR CRIMES CASES.
A prosecutor of the Special Department for Organised Crime, Economic Crime and Corruption has filed an indictment against Hamid Hasanagić, born in 1993 in Cazin, citizen of BiH.
The accused Rajo Kikić (1963) is charged with allowing illegal entry of citizens into the territory of BiH for a property gain, without respecting the regulations that were in force to prevent the spread of the Covid-19 pandemic, thus causing serious danger and putting the health of the population at risk.
A prosecutor of the Prosecutor’s Office of BiH has filed an indictment against the accused who is charged that within the electoral process in Bosnia and Herzegovina in 2018 he committed the criminal offence of Voting Fraud under Article 152 of the Criminal Code of BiH.
At the site of Kameničko Brdo and Pobuđe, Bratunac municipality, the process of exhumation/sanitation was carried out at two separate micro-locations and incomplete mortal remains of at least two persons were found. The identity of the victims whose remains were found will be established in a subsequent process.
The accused Nedžad Tahirović (1975) is charged with illicit trafficking in hundreds of kilograms of tobacco and cigarettes, for which excise duties were not paid.
The activities of the Prosecutor’s Office of BiH in this case are aimed at detecting and prosecuting persons suspected of having committed highly sophisticated forms of financial fraud. During the work on the case, cooperation was established with Interpol offices in Germany, Austria and Switzerland, as well as with banks from the territory of the EU.
The accused is wanted for a war crime committed in the Zvornik area in 1992.