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The June issue of TV Justice magazine brings an overview of the most important trials held before the War Crimes Chamber of the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina during May.
Deprived, forgotten and ignored by the law and the state. Often sick, depressive, and most often without feeling that they are needed to themselves, family or society. These are the words which describe the best the situation of the survived detainees in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
In order to acquire basic human rights, “TRIAL”, the Swiss Association against Impunity and associations of former detainees from the entire country, made the report in which they request the adoption of the Law on state level, which even 20 years after the war, the authorities have not adopted yet.
Guest of this month’s editions of TV Justice is Saliha Djuderija, Bosnia and Herzegovina’s Assistant Minister for Human Rights and Refugees.
Also find out what people of Visoko think about war crimes trials held at the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
In two high-profile war crimes trials currently ongoing in Pristina, a series of witnesses have retracted previous statements alleging abuse at Kosovo Liberation Army detention centres.