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SRNA REVIEW OF EVENING NEWS, March 31, 1996
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SARAJEVO - At the 15th session of the Serbian Democratic Party (SDS, the president of the Republika Srpska (RS) and SDS president Radovan Karadzic, pointed out that the political and economic situation in the RS last week was characterised by "the couping with the consequences of the occurrences from the end of war and from Dayton and Paris conclusions". At a session in Pale, Radovan Karadzic stressed that "in that period, the RS had two mayor blows - the loss of Visoka Krajina and loss of Sarajevo, Vukosavlje and other territories". "The main focus of state and party activities after all these events took palace was the accommodation of refugees and the implementation of the Dayton agreement", stated the RS president, Radovan Karadzic.
SARAJEVO - The RS president Radovan Karadzic received in Pale a delegation of relatives of imprisoned Serb soldiers, who informed him of the problems they strike in searching for impri soned and missing members of their families. The delegation asked president Karadzic to halt the release of Croat and Muslim sol diers all until other two parties release Serb prisoners.
SARAJEVO - The RS president Radovan Karadzic, assessed that the SarajevoRomanija Corps, during three years of war, succeeded to defended the Serbian state and make its political recognition possible. At a solemn ceremony of the decorating officers and soldiers of the Corps, president Karadzic reminded us of numerous victims that this Corps gave in the creation of the Serbian state.
KRAGUJEVAC - The RS vicepresident, Nikola Koljevic, stated that the elections in the RS will be held by the beginning of September if the situation keeps developing this way. While being guest at RadioKragujevac programme, Koljevic pointed out that the elections are necessary to broad the cooperation between the RS and the CroatMuslim Federation.
SARAJEVO - The 58ht session of the RS National Assembly con vened for tomorrow, April 1, will begin at 14:00 hrs.
AMSTERDAM - The Hague Tribunal announced that the Muslim government in Sarajevo did not deliver any proof that 26 Serb soldiers, being held in Muslim prisons, committed war crimes. In an announcement, made available to media, it was said that "in spite of rumours which could be heard from various sides that the Tribunal was allegedly provided with documentation of 26 impri soned Serbs, the fact speak that the Prosecutor's Office got from the Muslim government in Sarajevo only a list with names of 26 Serb prisoners."