The National Assembly of Republika Srpska (NSRS), made up of two entities in Bosnia and Herzegovina, has called for the removal of the Serbian judge from the Constitutional Court.
In today’s session of the NSRS, it was decided to call on the Serbian judge of the Constitutional Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina to step down.
In the session held at the invitation of the President of Republika Srpska Milorad Dodik, the decision not to apply the decisions made by the Constitutional Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina in Republika Srpska was also approved.
While two members of the session opposed the decisions, which were approved by 47 members, 11 members abstained from voting.
We can call on the judge to resign.
NSRS President Nenad Stefandić said after the session, “They will not have judges from Republika Srpska. All decisions of the Constitutional Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina will be justified in Republika Srpska, even if they are legal.” He said.
Stating that the NSRS cannot dismiss the relevant judge, Stefandić said, “Since the interests of Republika Srpska have been damaged, we can ask the judge to resign. We will see his attitude towards this decision.” Use phrases.
Dodik had come to the fore with his separatist speech at the events he attended in recent days, “that he will separate Republika Srpska from Bosnia and Herzegovina and that the entity is a state.”
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