MPs from ruling SNS propose resolution on Srebrenica
SNS deputies Krstimir Pantic and Marijan Risticevic proposed on Friday a resolution on crimes committed in and around Srebrenica from 1992 until 1995.Source: Tanjug
The deputies from Serbia's ruling party said the document should be rushed through the national parliament.
The draft resolution reads that the Serbian parliament condemns all crimes that took place in and around Srebrenica in the period from 1992 to 1995, and that it condemns the denial of the crimes, and proposes that the parliament should designate July 11 and 12 as "remembrance days" commemorating all victims of war crimes in the territory of the former Yugoslavia.
The Serbian parliament would also condemn international and national courts' selective approach to the prosecution of war criminals, and their partiality in favor of any side to the war conflicts, including the ones that happened in and around Srebrenica.
“The marking of the 20th anniversary of the crime in Srebrenica and actions of certain big powers in international politics that have affected domestic political organizations and NGOs, and serious manipulations related to the crime, requires the Serbian parliament to make a stand on the war crimes in and around Srebrenica that were committed in the period from 1992 to 1995,” noted the two SNS MPs.
This is the second draft of the resolution concerning Srebrenica filed to the Serbian parliament, after the Party of Democratic Action of Sandzak filed its draft resolution on the Srebrenica genocide in early July.