Former Croatian Serb leader Goran Hadžić will on Wednesday enter a plea to 14 counts of the indictment for crimes against non-Serbs in Slavonia in 1991-1992.
During his fist appearance before the Hague Tribunal on July 25 Hadžić postponed entering a plea for a month.
The Hague indictee, who was after seven years of being on the run arrested on July 20 by the Serbian authorities at Mt. Fruška Gora, was extradited to The Hague on July 22.
He is facing the 14-count indictment for crimes against Croats and other non-Serbs in Croatia in 1991-1992.
Hadžić is accused of persecution, extermination and murder of non-Serbs, detention, torture, cruel treatment and inhumane acts, deportation and forcible transfer, wanton destruction of towns, destruction of cultural and religious sites and robbery.