Trebinje, October 3 – Republika Srpska President Milorad Dodik stated on Saturday that High Representative to BiH, Valentin Inzko, continues with unconstitutional activities.
When asked to comment on Inzko’s statement that Republika Srpska has no right to a referendum on the BiH Court and the Prosecutor’s Office, Dodik has said that Inzko is increasingly showing that he has not read the Dayton Peace Agreement and the Constitution of BiH ever since he had arrived in the region.
“The high representative position was introduced by Annex 10 of the Dayton Peace Agreement signed by Republika Srpska that gave him the authority to assist in the implementation of only a portion of the Dayton Peace Agreement, titled the Agreement on Civilian Implementation,” Dodik told the reporters in Trebinje.
He pointed out that Inzko is behaving arrogantly, because he is of the opinion that he is supported by the opposition in Republika Srpska and the position at BiH level and that he is entitled to present such untruths not only to the public in Srpska, but also in the Report to the UN Security Council in which he states that Republika Srpska breaches the Dayton Accords with activities related to the organisation of a referendum on the BiH Court and Prosecutor’s Office.
“He is not the one who concludes it. This is just one more evidence of persistent violations of the Dayton Peace Agreement and unconstitutional activities of the high representative in Bosnia,” Dodik said.
High Representative Valentin Inzko stated in an interview to SRNA that Republika Srpska citizens are entitled to freedom of speech, but not to a referendum on the BiH Court.