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Father slaughtered his daughter near Tuzla. EU tired of Sejdic-Finci case. The food priciest in Bosnia.
In Ilincica, Tuzla, Slobodan Spasojevic, 56, slaughtered his daughter Sejla, 30, with a knife and then went to police station to report himself. The motive of the murder is still unknown. According to the investigation, the murderer drove with his daughter into the woods and killed her after arguing.
EU Enlargement Commissioner Stefan Fule said that there cannot be anymore delays and that Bosnian authorities have to implement the Sejdic and Finci human rights ruling or the next elections in the country will not be recognized by the EU and the Council of Europe. Deadlines are there and the six-ruling coalition is to make steps.
Numerous food articles are more expensive in Bosnia than in neighboring countries, including Croatia where the average salary is around 300 euro higher. Cooking oil, milk or even some vegetables are pricier in Bosnia than in Croatia, Serbia or Montenegro.
Balkan Insight has not verified the facts of the original press reports and cannot vouch for their accuracy.
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