In connection with the police custody of the former Minister of Justice, Mr. Vladan Batić, the Humanitarian Law Center points to the necessity of respecting fully the rights of the suspect and of providing a complete impartiality of the operation of the judicial organs during the pre-trial investigations

In connection with the police custody of the former Minister of Justice, Mr. Vladan Batić, the Humanitarian Law Center points to the necessity of respecting fully the rights of the suspect and of providing a complete impartiality of the operation of the judicial organs during the pre-trial investigations.

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Political pressure on the judiciary

In regards to circumstances surrounding the arrest of former minister of Justice, Vladan Batić, and the lack of material evidence to prove that at the time of release of Nenad Jovanović from the central prison in Kruševac, on 7 June 2003 that certain abuse of authority occurred, the Humanitarian Law Center is of the opinion that the rejection of complaint against the court decision to remand in detention former Director of the Administration for the  Execution of Criminal Sanctions, Dragan Vulić, is a continuation of pressure of the executive authorities on the organs of the judiciary.


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Hag među nama: zbornik tekstova

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The Humanitarian Law Center demands investigation of the war crimes in Antin

The Humanitarian Law Center (HLC) is asking the War Crimes Prosecution Office to initiate a pretrial investigation in connection with the war crimes committed in Antin, Republic of Croatia, following the establishment of the Serb authority (the authority of the Yugoslav National Army, YNA) over the territory of Eastern Slavonija in August 1991, pointing out to the evidence indicating that those crimes had been committed by the members of the volunteer units from Serbia, “Šešelj’s followers”, and of some others, among whom the survivors mention the vice-president of the Serb Radical Party, Tomislav Nikolić.


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