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13 Apr 11 / 14:41:44

Episode 15: Bosnia and Herzegovina, a Country with no State Prison

TV Justice

The March issue of TV Justice brings an overview of the most important trials held before the War Crimes Chamber of the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina in Februar

In the second part of our magazine you can watch reportage about problems with building of a state prison.

Bosnia and Herzegovina still has no state-level prison. Although the foundation stone was laid five years ago, only a concrete boundary wall has been built up to the present date. The deadlines for the beginning of works have been changed several times over the course of the past years.

The estimated cost of the project has also been revised. Despite the objections to the building price expressed by the two Entities, the Ministry of Justice of Bosnia and Herzegovina says that the country will get a state jail in 2013 after all.

Our guest for this episode of TV Justice is Bosnian State Minister of Justice Barisa Colak.

You can hear what Mostar citizens think about the processing of war crimes before the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina.

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