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Auditors checking Indirect Taxation Authority. No-confidence to government on agenda. Civil servants stopped the strike.
Chief Bosnian audit reviser Milenko Sego said that auditors are to check the taxation processes done by the Indirect Taxation Authority. Miro Dzakula, director of the taxation authority told Dnevni avaz daily that he is ready for checks since there is nothing to hide and hopes that the check will only bring more transparency to the institution.
The proposal of voting no-confidence to the Government of the Federation entity will be on its agenda if the majority of ministers decide so due to two proposals which came from the entity parliament. Half of the government is not reflecting the parliamentary majority after the coalition partners changed and the majority is accusing the of obstructing the work of government.
Branch trade unions in Republika Srpska ended their strike which they originally started over lower salaries even though their demands were not fulfilled. Leaders of the trade unions of civil servants do not admit that the strike was a failure but say that they will be persistent in bringing back their salaries.
Balkan Insight has not verified the facts of the original press reports and cannot vouch for their accuracy.
In two high-profile war crimes trials currently ongoing in Pristina, a series of witnesses have retracted previous statements alleging abuse at Kosovo Liberation Army detention centres.