Draft of the Law on Police and Internal Affairs of Republika Srpska protected the constitutionality of Bosniaks and Croats in smaller B&H entity for the first time, on the basis of the amendments submitted by coalition Domovina, according to Mihnet Okic, president of the Coalition Domovina in the National Assembly of RS.
The National Assembly of RS adopted the Draft of the Law on the police and internal affairs, which was particularly debatable due to the fact that numerous factors of the passing of the law were marked as the introduction of “police state”.
Okic emphasized that the Draft of the Law on police and internal affairs was unacceptable to the Bosniak deputies.
“We proposed five amendments and all of them were accepted. Amendments were supposed to repair this legal solution, primarily the constituent peoples who have not been treated by that law in terms of the imbalance of employment of other two constituent peoples,” said Okic.
He added that they managed to protect the Bosniaks and Croats in smaller B&H entity for the first time with the amendments to the Draft of the Law on the police and internal affairs.
“This was the way to repair the situation, which is disastrous in this structure where we have less than 5 % of Bosniak employed, or 1.2 % of employed Croats. This is unacceptable,” said Okic.
Okic believes that this law is not making “police entity” emphasizing that the Draft treats the matter dealing with specific topic, such as internal affairs and the police.
(Source: Er. M./Klix.ba)