Thursday, June 2, 2011

There is no place for impunity in the trial in The Hague against Ratko Mladic

The prosecutor of the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia has announced Wednesday that "there is no room for impunity" in the process to be held against the war criminal Ratko Mladic. Serge Brammertz announced in turn have introduced a new version of the indictment against former Bosnian Serb general.

"We have placed an amended indictment against Mladic", he explained the prosecutor Serge Brammertz, during a press conference in The Hague, seat of the Tribunal. Brammertz has detailed the chances are that if Mladic is one the trial of Karadzic. Mladic, 69, must answer charges of genocide, extermination, murder, deportation or hostage taking.

The prosecutor in turn thanked the support of the international community, specifically the actions of the European Union, in its opinion, has clearly led to the arrest and extradition of Mladic by the Serbian authorities. And took the opportunity to ask now "support" to "carry out this trial." With regard to the health of war criminal Mladic ensured that Brammertz "will receive all necessary medical treatment" in The Hague.

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