Prosecutor's Office of Bosnia and Herzegovina

OSCE Mission Chief: Bosnia ‘Too Slow’ in Prosecuting War Crimes

"We recommended to the Bosnian state prosecution to reconstitute regional teams that they had in order to maintain expertise in a particular area of Bosnia and Herzegovina. I think a part of [the problem] is the management, a part of it is the quality of indictments, so I think that there is an issue there," Berton explained.

Bosnian Prosecution ‘Failing on Complex War Crime Cases’: OSCE

The head of the OSCE Mission to Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bruce Berton, told the launch in Sarajevo on Monday of a new report entitled 'War Crimes Management at the Prosecutor's Office in Bosnia and Herzegovina' that the conviction rate in war crime cases has been falling at an alarming speed and the most complex cases are not being adequately probed.

The Deputies Cannot Ask The Supreme Prosecutor For Specific Cases, The Constitutional Court Decided

The National Assembly cannot require a report for the Prosecutors' Office deals on a specific criminal case from the Supreme prosecutor. This was the solid response from The Constitutional Court on a question from Sotir Tsatsarov, Legalword reported.

Former President Basescu has 68 court cases recorded, 7 pending settlement

As many as 58 criminal cases were recorded by the name of former President of Romania Traian Basescu at the Penal and Crime Section of the General Prosecutor's Office, four criminal cases were recorded at the National Anti-Corruption Directorate (DNA) and six criminal cases at the Directorate for the Investigation of Organised Crime and Terrorism, says the Prosecutor's Office in an answer to a