Republika Srpska President Milorad Dodik said today that the Srpska Government reshuffle is not on the agenda and that he heard about it from the media.
Dodik has explained that such theory may become official only when some of Republika Srpska officials announce it.
“We always check what the Government is doing, if everything has been done as it should be and whether the maximum possibilities are used. At present, there is no government shuffle on the agenda,” Dodik told reporters in Dubrave, near Gradiska.
Commenting on the case of a review of judgment in the lawsuit against Serbia before the International Court of Justice in The Hague, the Srpska president stated that the Srpska National Assembly’s conclusions are still in force, because they do not relate to how the court in The Hague would react, but to the abuse of power, authority and passing off.
Dodik has stressed that it is now that the Srpska National Assembly’s conclusions have the power in this regard.
“It is obvious that all this was clear before. We now know that some knew that the review had no chance because Sakib Softic was not identified as a BiH representative. Someone decided to play this game, and it is obvious that those are the ones who represent the power at BiH level. They praised their good relations and cooperation, but now we see that everyone tried to get the maximum out of it,” said Dodik.
According to him, if one wants to go back to the beginning of review theory, the one can see that his first statement was that it was pointless without the chance of success.
“The review was not a subject. The subject was how someone could be identified as a representative of BiH without the position of BiH joint bodies. Everything else was done by the others as it should be. /BiH Presidency Chairman Mladen/ Ivanic did what was quite normal; he could not give his consent. Some grand policy should not be made out of it,” said Dodik.
He has concluded that the grand policy must be made on the fact that someone has misused his position and falsely identified himself before the court in The Hague.