Serb member of the BiH Presidency Milorad Dodik stated Monday in Banjaluka that a special session of the National Assembly of Republika Srpska is held to defend Srpska, its rights, competences and obligations confirmed by the Dayton Peace Accords, and mostly its Annex 4.
“The Office of the High Representative /OHR/ and the countries that supported it imposed solutions which they called compromise. Now we know that it was a fake compromise to the detriment of Serbs and that is why it is time to draw the line and see where we were in 1995, and where we are now, nearly 25 years later,” Dodik stated in his address during the special session of the National Assembly of Republika Srpska.
He recalled that the goal of the “reforms” was to strengthen Bosnia and Herzegovina’s statehood, and that it was not the Serbs, Croats or Bosniaks that had a better life thanks to them, but only the foreigners who received big salaries.
“I am asking you if the reforms and laws that were imposed brought any betterment to BiH, if we are satisfied with the judiciary which was imposed by the High Representative and if it has been dependent on various power centres from the very beginning. By pursuing selective justice, the judiciary produced an even greater division,” Dodik said.