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Agius rejects Karadzic’s Request to disqualify the Judges

July 15, 2020 9:45 AM
Agius rejects Karadzic’s Request to disqualify the Judges

  The President of the International Mechanism for Criminal Courts Carmel Agius rejected the request of war criminal Radovan Karadzic to disqualify judges from the process of reviewing the disputed decision of the Appeals Chamber, as well as the appeal of the Mechanism’s decision on earlier appeal against the verdict. […]

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For years, Foreign and Local Investors have been complaining about the Sluggishness of Bosnian Court System

April 6, 2020 1:00 PM
For years, Foreign and Local Investors have been complaining about the Sluggishness of Bosnian Court System

  You know what they say: “better late than never.” Or wait, is it the other way around? Businesses having their claims heard by courts in Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) seem to be facing this dilemma non-stop. Either go to court and, if you are lucky, receive an enforceable judgment […]

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Analysis: What is the Number of Court Cases resolved in BiH?

January 21, 2019 12:00 PM
Analysis: What is the Number of Court Cases resolved in BiH?

There was little visible progress on human rights during 2017. Authorities failed yet again to end structural and political discrimination against Jews, Roma, and other minorities. There was limited progress towards accountability for war crimes in domestic courts. Journalists remain vulnerable to intimidation and threats. Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender […]

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Second Annual Conference of Highest Courts in BiH held in Banja Luka

November 19, 2018 1:00 PM
Second Annual Conference of Highest Courts in BiH held in Banja Luka

Judges of the Court of BiH and the Registrar for the Court have attended the Second Annual Conference of Highest Courts in Bosnia and Herzegovina, held in Banja Luka on 14 and 15 November 2018. The organizers of the conference titled “Special Investigative Measures” are the Constitutional Court of Bosnia […]

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How many Convicting Verdicts were pronounced by Courts in BiH?

June 17, 2018 2:00 PM
How many Convicting Verdicts were pronounced by Courts in BiH?

Courts in BiH, including the state, entity and cantonal ones, issued a total of 13,682 convicting verdicts last year. The Prosecution of BiH conducted a large number of investigative activities last year, which resulted in the pronunciation of 138 verdicts against 209 persons, as noted in the Report on work […]

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Courts in BiH solved almost 150.000 of Unsolved Cases in 2017

January 23, 2018 11:00 AM
Courts in BiH solved almost 150.000 of Unsolved Cases in 2017

In the year of 2017, according to the current data of annual analysis and monitoring of process of solving cold cases, courts in BiH solved a total of 150.000 cold cases. This number represents a result of long-term practice of plans for solving cold cases that was introduced by the […]

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Courts in BiH rejected the Request of Sberbank for taking over Konzum?

October 24, 2017 7:45 AM
Courts in BiH rejected the Request of Sberbank for taking over Konzum?

Croatian corporation Agrokor Ltd. has been in the focus of all the media in the region over the past year, due to its accumulated debt. The Municipal Court in Kiseljak already approved the request of Sberbank to take over shares of Sarajevo Kiseljak that were owned by Croatian Agrokor, namely […]

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Courts solved a total of 60,339 Oldest Cases in the First Quarter

April 13, 2017 9:15 AM
Courts solved a total of 60,339 Oldest Cases in the First Quarter

During the first three months of this year, courts in BiH solved a total of 60,339 oldest cases, which further contributed to the continuous reduction of old cases and the increase of the efficiency of the courts in BiH, and thus the judiciary in general. These are the latest results […]

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Two cases of war crimes switched to Cantonal Courts

January 27, 2017 8:30 PM
Two cases of war crimes switched to Cantonal Courts

Two cases of war crimes committed in the Konjic area and Bosanska Krupa were switched to cantonal courts in Mostar and Bihac. The case is against the former members of the Army of BiH (ABiH), Jasmin Viković, Vehdada Mrkaljević, Izet Kulaš and Mersudin Kablara, whom the State Prosecution indicted for […]

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How the Courts in Zenica-Doboj Canton saved 110.000 BAM with a single Change?

November 1, 2016 12:30 PM
How the Courts in Zenica-Doboj Canton saved 110.000 BAM with a single Change?

Through the implementation of austerity measures for budget means regarding the postal services in the work of courts, the Ministry of Justice and Administration of the Zenica-Doboj Canton managed to make significant savings in the period of 15 months. By rationalizing these costs in the period of one year and […]

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