September 10, 2015
Aleksandar

Banjaluka, September 9  – Upon the request of the Bosniak Caucus for determining if the vital national interest was violated by the decision to call a referendum on the BiH Court and Prosecutor’s Office, the Republika Srpska Constitutional Court’s Council for Protection of Vital National Interest determined today that no vital national interest of the Bosniak people was violated, says a press release from the Council for Protection of Vital National Interest.On August 10, the Council decided that the request of the Bosniak Caucus in the Republika Srpska Council of Peoples for determining if the vital national interest of the Bosniak people was violated by the decision to call a referendum was justified.

The Council was obliged to bring a decision within a legally stipulated deadline of 30 days.

The Republika Srpska Parliament on July 15 adopted the decision to call a referendum on the BiH Court and Prosecutor’s Office.

According to the decision of the Republika Srpska Parliament, the referendum question reads as follows: “Do you support unconstitutional and unauthorised imposition of laws by the high representative to BiH, particularly the imposed laws on the BiH Court and Prosecutor’s Office and the implementation of his decisions in the territory of Republika Srpska?”

Source: SRNA