Prosecution of Bosnia-Herzegovina wants to question Dodik

The Prosecution of Bosnia-Herzegovina has summoned RS President Milorad Dodik for questioning.

Source: B92, Tanjug,
Milorad Dodik addresses a news conference (Tanjug)
Milorad Dodik addresses a news conference (Tanjug)

He is treated as a suspect in the RS Day referendum case, the Fena agency said it learned from the Prosecution, after inquiring about this institution's "activities in connection to the case related to the failure to implement a decision of the Constitutional Court of Bosnia-Herzegovina."

Namely, this court has banned the holding of the referendum, which was organized because of an earlier decision of the same court - that marking January 9 as RS Day was unconstitutional.

The Prosecution said in a statement issued earlier on Monday that the case is being treated as a priority.

According to media reports, ignoring the Constitutional Court's decisions a criminal offense in Bosnia-Herzegovina, that is punished with up to five years in prison.

According to the final and unofficial results, 99.81 percent of those who turned out to vote on Sunday supported the continued marking of this day as the Serb entity's holiday.


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