Let's Get on With It

Loza, Tihomir
July 2007
Transitions Online;7/23/2007, p3
The article reports on the decision of Miroslav Lajcak, the high representative of the international community in Bosnia, to fire 36 ethnic Serb police officers for their involvement in operations linked to the 1995 Srebrenica massacre. The fired police officers were among 840 serving officials described in 2005 by the government of the Serb-majority Republika Srpska entity as suspected of indirect involvement in the atrocity.


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