The Bosnia Parliament is expected to vote on Thursday over the opposition-proposed dismissal of Foreign Minister Zlatko Lagumdzija and the Defence Minister Zekerijah Osmic.
Prosecutors are investigating after Bosnian Croat football fans in the towns of Mostar and Capljina burned the Bosnian flag when the Croatian team won a World Cup match.
The state prosecutor’s office confirmed to Balkan Insight on Friday that an indictment had been issued against Zubac, who is charged with failure to react properly and send special police forces to curb the unrest in February, when many state institutions, including the presidency, were set on fire.
A biography of a Bosnian football legend, Ivica Osim: The Game of His Life, by Marko Tomas, was promoted on Wednesday in the Museum of Literature in Sarajevo.
Salem Hatibovic and Nihad Trnka were released on April 4 after a court bowed to the demand of the prosecutor to set them free.
The two men were suspected of terrorism offences after they allegedly participated in the arson attack on the Bosnian Presidency building in Sarajevo on February 7.
The assembly on Monday will discuss the proposals put forward by the Sarajevo plenum, one of several public forums set up by protesters across the country to advance political demands arising from the recent nationwide demonstrations.
Human Rights Watch on February 21 said the authorities in Bosnia should investigate the excessive use of force by police during the protests in the country, as well as attacks on journalists.