The US State Department has added former Serbian lawmakers Verica Radita and Petr Jogic to its bribery and intimidation sanctions list to deter those who testify against former Serbian Radical Party leader Vojislav Ceselj at the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia. .
“While serving in the Serbian National Assembly, Radita and Jogi bribed and intimidated witnesses who were due to appear before the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia to deter them from giving evidence against Serbian Radical Party leader Vojislav Ceselj, who has been convicted of war crimes,” the ministry said in a written statement. expression was used.
The statement noted that the United States stands with the Serbs on democracy and the rule of law, saying: “The United States will continue to strengthen accountability to those who abuse public power for personal gain.” Evaluation has been made.
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