After the session of the Security Commission of the Parliament of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina, President of the Commission Damir Masic announced the Commission’s conclusions as a response to the Draft Law in Republika Srpska, which, among other things, foresees the formation of a reserve police force in that BiH entity.
Masic said that the Security Commission of the Parliament of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina requests from the representatives of the international community, primarily the OHR, which has an executive mandate to immediately stop the Anti-Deyton activities of the police of the Republika Srpska by disturbing the security and disturbance of citizens.
Also, it is asked from BiH Security Authority to assess the security situation after the adoption of the said Draft Law;
The Security Commission invites the Government of FBiH and recommends to the cantonal governments, for the sake of ambiance, to complete the active composition in accordance with the Rulebooks and to seek the adequate equipment of active police constituencies.
In addition, if the activities on the RS Law on Reserve Component are not suspended or stopped, the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina will take all measures to protect citizens’ safety.