The newly-elected member of BiH’s Presidency Milorad Dodik, called Bosniaks and the international community to delegate people for a commission that will work on a new Srebrenica report.
Dodik said that he is ready to accept such a report because, in that way, people in BiH could live with the truth more easily.
He said that he is well aware that he would have to lay an oath and he announced that at the first session of the BiH Presidency he will propose changes to the Rules of Procedure of BiH Presidency.
He called for all to allocate the best people to the commission who would make a correct report on Srebrenica, and said that the Bosniaks and representatives of the international community were invited to the commission.
“With truth, we will live easier. If the committee is formed, I am ready to accept such a report and not to accept what Valentin Inzko is saying to the UN Security Council,” Dodik said.
Dodik stressed that he did not disagree with BiH within the framework of the Dayton Peace Agreement.
“High Representatives have made 540 decisions, more than BiH Parliamentary Assembly has made. They made a system that is not working, we will have to do something,” Dodik added.
Dodik also said that it is necessary to increase the salaries of employees in BiH, stating that still it is not known whether this will be done in a way that VAT will increase to 19 percent.