Sarajevo has no grounds for genocide case revision - lawyerSource: Politika, Tanjug
Lukic was a member of the Serbian legal team in the Croatia v. Serbia dispute before the International Court of Justice (ICJ).
For a revision to take place, a new fact, unknown at the time of the delivery of the verdict - whereby Serbia was found not guilty of genocide in Bosnia and Herzegovina - would have to be established within 10 years of the verdict, Lukic told Politika daily on Monday.
The period expires next year, and Lukic says that "there are no new facts in the Karadzic verdict."
"There is no verdict for genocide in seven municipalities, which means that the Bosnians have no grounds to seek a revision of the proceedings before the ICJ in The Hague," Lukic noted.
In the verdict, Slobodan Milosevic's name is omitted from the list of participants in a joint criminal enterprise, even though the former Serbian president in the past had a prominent place in the indictments against Karadzic, the lawyer said.
Adding that the Hague Tribunal's verdict in the trial of Radovan Karadzic "in a way" absolved Milosevic of responsibility for the war in Bosnia-Herzegovina, describing in detail his conflict with Karadzic that ruled out an important role of Serbia in the Bosnian war, Lukic said.