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Judges and prosecutors might get higher salaries. SDA: SDP and SBB disqualified themselves. RS could be endangered by Drina hydro plants.
Federation BiH Justice Minister Zoran Mikulic said the government is considering highering salaries to judges and prosecutors. The main reason for such move is to make them more determined to fight corruption and organized crime.
President of Party of Democratic Action, SDA, Sulejman Tihic, said that forming the new parliamentary majority process is clear with the fact that Social Democrats, SDP, and Alliance for a Better Future, SBB, do not want SDA. This means they disqualified themselves. All deals over the government changes will be known next week, Tihic announced.
Aleksandar Dzombic, Prime Minister of Republika Srpska, is bittered by a letter from Branislava Milekic, director of entity power company Elektroprivreda RS which said, one day before signing a contract with a German company to build four hydro plants on Drina river, that it could all financially and legally endanger the entity. Dzombic told her that she will be responsible in that case.
Balkan Insight has not verified the facts in the original press reports and cannot vouch for their accuracy.
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