Serbia- Two resolutions on war crimes planned for Parliament debate

Serbia’s Parliament will debate drafts of two resolutions for condemning war crimes committed during the wars on the territory of the former Yugoslavia in the 1990s.

One will condemn the crimes committed against Bosniaks (Bosnian Muslims) in Srebrenica, and the other will condemn all other war crimes.

The same source from the parliamentary ruling coalition states that the purpose of having two documents is to get as much support as possible from MPs, not just from the ruling coalition.

Both resolutions will be drafted by the government, but the source claims that there will be talks with opposition officials in order to secure a wide support when voting on the two resolutions takes place.

The coalition is not ruling out the possibility of finishing both resolutions by January 20, which is when an emergency parliamentary session is scheduled for, but its representatives say that the documents will be adopted before the first regular sessions of in March.

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