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Zoran Djindjic school colleagues from Travnik remember him. No strike in Klas. Less people left Republika Srpska.
Since tomorrow is the 10 anniversary of assassination of the former Serbian Prime Minister Zoran Djindjic, citizens of Travnik also remembered him, specially his school colleagues since he went to primary and secondary school in that Bosnian town. Mirsad Ibrisimbegovic said Djindjic was different from the others, very intelligent, use to read a lot and had the energy to change his society.
Journalists of Dnevni avaz daily took advantage of even the tiniest disagreements in the Klas bakery to report on strikes ongoing in the company. Mirsad Imamovic, long-year employee of the Klas bakery told Oslobodjenje that all events related to the alleged strike were initiated by Dnevni avaz daily reports which aimed to shake not only Klas but also the whole MIMS group, the owner.
In Bosnia and Herzegovina in the last year as much as 40.305 citizens changed their place of residence, going from one entity to the other or to Brcko district or from. More citizens left Federation entity and Brcko district than others moved in, while Republika Srpska had a positive migration flow.
Balkan Insight has not verified the facts in the original press reports and cannot vouch for their accuracy.
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