"Bosnian institutions not interested in Vucic attack case"
Milorad Dodik says the Court and the Prosecutor's Office of Bosnia and Herzegovina are not interested in solving the case of attack Aleksadar Vucic.Source: Tanjug
The Serbian prime minister was assaulted in Potocari on July 11.
Dodik, president of the Serb entity in Bosnia, the RS, told the Banja Luka daily Glas Srpske that immediately after the attack he said that if the investigation were to be conducted by the authorities of the RS, the motives and the reasons for the attempted assassination of the Serbian prime minister would be revealed - as well as the names of both the perpetrators and the organizers of the attack.
"I also said that if the investigation were left in the hands of the BiH authorities, it would come to nothing. That is exactly what happened. There is no interest, will or desire to solve this case. The Court and the Prosecutor's Office are not, and have never been, the institutions of justice, but rather the institutions of political manipulation," said Dodik.
Bosnian Security Minister Dragan Mektic demanded on Tuesday for Director of the Directorate for Coordination of Bosnia-Herzegovina Police Bodies Mirsad Vilic to be relieved of duty, naming him as the person responsible for the omissions that led to the attack on Vucic in Potocari on July 11.
The State Investigation and Protection Agency (SIPA) arrested Almir Merdic, Fahir Hadzan, Mujo Dizdarevic, and Elvedin Himzic in connection with the attack, but they were released after questioning.