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Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina “earned” Two Million BAM by replacing a Prison Sentence with a Fine

May 17, 2020 3:00 PM
Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina “earned” Two Million BAM by replacing a Prison Sentence with a Fine

  During the last year, there were a total of 3,019 convicts in our country, ie there were 2,329 prisoners and 690 detainees.  A total of 25.85 percent of them served the alternative sanction, was explained to Avaz newspapers from the Ministry of Justice of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Out of […]

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Drivers in Bosnia-Herzegovina fined for Slow Speed as well

February 17, 2020 3:00 PM
Drivers in Bosnia-Herzegovina fined for Slow Speed as well

  While we are most often talking about traffic violations for exceeding the permitted speed of vehicle movement, dozens of drivers in our country are punished each year for slow speeds. Several BiH’s interior ministries stated that only a few drivers were fined by police officers for slow driving last […]

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Indirect Taxation Authority seized Goods in Amount of 36,000 BAM

December 26, 2019 3:00 PM
Indirect Taxation Authority seized Goods in Amount of 36,000 BAM

  Authorized officers of the Indirect Taxation Authority (ITA) seized various goods in the amount of 36,000 BAM in two separate actions in the area of ​​the Tuzla regional center and imposed sanctions worth 9,200 BAM. They confiscated 2,701 packs of cigarettes, which were not marked with excise stamps issued […]

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Foreigners who commit a Traffic Offense in BiH will no longer be able to cross the Border

September 4, 2019 10:00 AM
Foreigners who commit a Traffic Offense in BiH will no longer be able to cross the Border

Foreigners who commit a traffic offense in our country will no longer be able to cross the border until they pay a fine. This is one of the amendments to the Law on Misdemeanors that will be presented to the deputies of the House of Representatives of the FBiH Parliament […]

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UEFA fined BiH’s Football Association for Behaviour of Fans during Match with Italy

July 19, 2019 5:00 PM
UEFA fined BiH’s Football Association for Behaviour of Fans during Match with Italy

The Football Association of Bosnia and Herzegovina has to pay 33,250 Euros. Namely, UEFA fined the Football Association of Bosnia and Herzegovina with 33,250 Euros due to the behavior of fans during the match of Euro 2020 Italy – BiH Qualifiers, which was played on June 11th. The Disciplinary Commission […]

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Persons who do not report Domestic Violence will be fined up to 5,000 BAM

April 8, 2019 12:00 PM
Persons who do not report Domestic Violence will be fined up to 5,000 BAM

In the coming period, persons who do not report domestic violence in Republika Srpska will be fined. The new law stipulates punishments and up to 5,000 BAM for employees in the protection bodies who find out that violence has been committed, as well as citizens and family members who do […]

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BiH Court pronounced Judgment to Three Persons over War Crimes

December 23, 2018 10:00 AM
BiH Court pronounced Judgment to Three Persons over War Crimes

In the case of Goran Mrđa et al., the Appellate Division Panel of Section I for War Crimes at the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina has delivered and on 21 December 2018 pronounced the judgment finding the accused Goran Mrđa, Milorad Mrđa and Mile Kokot guilty of the criminal offense of […]

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After CEC determines Election Results, Subjects can submit the Request for Recount after 3 Days

October 23, 2018 7:30 AM
After CEC determines Election Results, Subjects can submit the Request for Recount after 3 Days

Only after the BiH CEC publishes determined election results, the subjects listed in Article 5.30, paragraph (1) of the BiH Election Law can within three days submit the request for recount only under conditions and as prescribed by the aforementioned Article. The BIH CEC has today rejected 19 requests for […]

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Politician in Switzerland convicted of denying Genocide in Srebrenica

June 19, 2017 1:00 PM
Politician in Switzerland convicted of denying Genocide in Srebrenica

Donatello Poggi, a local politician in Ticino, a Swiss Canton, has recently been convicted of denying genocide in Srebrenica. Namely, after he was convicted in May 2016 in the first instance trial, he was convicted in the appeal as well. The judges Giovanni Roggero, Giovanni Celio and Marco Frigerio recently […]

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Director of Human Rights Watch on the Draft Law on Public Peace and Order Limiting Free Expression

February 5, 2015 11:00 AM
Director of Human Rights Watch on the Draft Law on Public Peace and Order Limiting Free Expression

Dear President Čubrilović, I am writing to express Human Rights Watch’s concern regarding the provisions in the draft Law on Public Peace and Order currently before the National Assembly that would criminalize free expression online. The explanatory note to the draft law in Chapter V makes clear that the law […]

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