It is well known that numerous prosecutors of the Prosecutor’s Office of BiH collected evidence of crimes and that entire investigating teams overcame part of the HVO’s archives located in the Republic of Croatia. What are the results of their research? As far as I know them, in pre-trial and May 2019 Calendar Spanish investigative actions they have shown no interest in A BiH crimes against Croats, but have sought specifically and selectively for evidence against HVO members. The results of such campaigns have been seen in recent years before the judiciary in BiH.
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– They have probably received such a warrant from their superiors, and for which they have not sought the documentation of A BiH crimes against Croats, the problem is the relationship between politics and the judiciary. The answer to this fundamental question should be the judicial system of Bosnia and Herzegovina and the political structures in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Of course, international mentors who have been dealing with the judiciary in BiH for decades.
As a historian I do not comment, it is the task of political scientists and social critics. I can only mention the fact that transcripts from the Office of the President of the Republic of Croatia have been published and diluted selectively and not completely, so that the transcripts so expressed can not obtain a complete insight into the role of President of the Republic of Croatia Franjo Tudjman and the Republic of Croatia related to the war in BiH. In addition, no transcripts from the offices of Slobodan Milosevic, Radovan Karadzic and Alija Izetbegovic were published, which, in addition to the transcripts of the first Croatian President, gave more light to everything that happened in the 1991-1995 war.
True, the transcripts of the BiH Presidency are available to the public, but the relationship of the center of political power to them is quite contradicted by the relationship to the transcripts from the Office of the First Croatian President. So for a total and scientifically based assessment, we will have to wait for the release of unpardonable documents today. Only then will we be able to bring a quality and self-sustaining judgment.
President of the Republic of Kolinda Grabar-Kitarović in a major interview for the British-American Economic Magazine BNE IntelliNews, tackled a series of topics – domestic and world, political and economic, and again called for reforms in Croatia.
BNE IntelliNews journalist Andrew MacDowall in the interview’s interview states that the last ten years have been difficult for Croatia – a six-year recession from 2009 to 2014, barely avoided the collapse of the largest private company (Agrokora) and serious problems for several other big companies, such as Uljanik , as well as five different prime ministers in the period, one of whom had to leave for a corruption scandal.
But despite all this, Grabar-Kitarović is optimistic and hopes that the sensational success of our football team will compensate and revive the country by (officially) 4.2 million people: May 2019 Calendar Spanish “We need to boost this optimism in other areas. the success of providing a similar kind of result – for example – Ireland when the 1990 World Cup in Italy gave the Celtic tiger momentum. “