The reactions of the Republic of Serbia’s authorities and media machinery to the Ratko Mladić judgment and IRMCT Report to the UN Security Council represent a shameful attempt to avoid responsibility, inflame nationalist hysteria and deepen the distrust between the citizens of Serbia and the rest of the world.
Minister Zoran Đorđević said today that “No one has ever been deported from Serbia by Serbs, let alone imprisoned and killed for being different, and this is not even in our political tradition,” during the commemoration of the victims of Jajinci during World War II.
The Youth Initiative for Human Rights (YIHR) would like to highlight that the legally binding verdict of the International Residual Mechanism for Criminal Tribunals confirmed that Radovan Karadžić is guilty for the genocide in Srebrenica and war crimes committed in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Open letter of the Youth Initiative for Human Rights to Prime Minister Ana Brnabić
Šešelj’s travelling circus must not draw attention from the fact that he is a convicted war criminal who, according to the law, shall be stripped of the MP status.