Sunday, May 29, 2011

Calls for his arrest Mladic not turn on the violence in Serbia

Belgrade .- The former Bosnian Serb general Ratko Mladic has been on Saturday appealed to the public through his lawyer to avoid riots and bloodshed to coincide with his extradition to The Hague, seat of the International Criminal Court Former Yugoslavia (ICTY). "His health has not changed, is confusing and, pending consideration by other doctors, asks to see (the president of the Serbian Parliament), Slavica Dukic-Dejanovic, neuropsychiatrist by trade, said the lawyer for Mladic Milos Saljic, as recorded by the Serbian news agency Tanjug.

The attorney has made these statements to the media after being for two hours with Mladic on the premises of the Belgrade Special Court for war crimes. Saljic also reported to be sent by regular mail on Monday an appeal against the decision of the Special Court to authorize the extradition of Mladic to The Hague.

This initiative expands as much as possible leaving the country for prosecution on charges of genocide and war crimes and crimes against humanity brought against him for his involvement in the Bosnian war of 1992-1995.

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