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20 Jul 12 / 15:35:58 TV Justice Magazine

Episode 29: Transparency of the Trials in the Bosnia and Herzegovina’s Media - Part 2

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May’s special edition of the TV show TV JUSTICE is devoted to anonymization of the indictments, court’s documents and second-instance verdicts, as well as of placing initials of last and first names of persons convicted of most serious crimes such as war crimes and organized crime.

Whether trials for war crimes are becoming divorce lawsuits? Whether 17 years after the war the collective guilt for war crimes is being again introduced? Will the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina and other judicial institutions reduce transparency and whether the censorship will be introduced in Bosnia and Herzegovina’s media?

Following guests will speak about these topics in the TV JUSTICE debate programme: Petar Kovacevic, Director of the Agency for the Protection of Personal Data of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Azra Miletic, Judge of the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Tihomir Jurko, Deputy Chief Prosecutor of the Prosecution of Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Almir Alic, representative of the Secretariat of the ICTY in Bosnia and Herzegovina and Dzenana Karup Drusko, from the Association “BH Journalists”.

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