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Vojislav Seselj

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THE HAGUE | 30.06.2004.

SESELJ SEEKS PROVISIONAL RELEASE

The motion states that "there is not even a theoretical possibility" that the accused might pose a threat to victims since, simply, "there is not a single victim" that Seselj could be held responsible for.
THE HAGUE | 14.06.2004.

JUDGE PROTECTS SESELJ FROM HIMSELF

When Vojislav Seselj reaffirmed at a status conference his adherence to the "creation of Greater Serbia" along well-known lines, the judge interrupted him, advising him to "ponder in the silence of his cell" the so-called non-disputed facts presented by the prosecution.
THE HAGUE | 10.06.2004.

RESTRICTIONS ON VOJISLAV SESELJ'S COMUNICATION PRIVILEGES EXTENDED

Restrictions, first imposed last December, to be extended until the end of presidential elections in Serbia.
THE HAGUE | 04.06.2004.

PROSECUTION AMBIGUOUS TOWARDS VOJVODINA

Trial Chamber orders prosecutors to say whether there was a state of armed conflict in Vojvodina during the time of the alleged crimes in Vojislav Seselj’s indictment.
THE HAGUE | 26.05.2004.

TRIBUNAL DENYING SESELJ'S CLAIMS

Seselj's claims that the Tribunal "has deprived him of his right to vote" and is "preventing him from contacting his family" are incorrect. Thirteen detainees from Serbia and Montenegro will vote at the polling station in the UN Detention Unit in Scheveningen on 13 July.
THE HAGUE | 07.05.2004.

RESTRICTIONS ON SESELJ'S COMMUNICATION PRIVILEGES EXTENDED

The restrictions, first introduced last December, will be extended until Serbia’s presidential elections on 13 June 2004.
THE HAGUE | 26.04.2004.

PROSECUTION OFFERS A COMPUTER COURSE FOR SESELJ

The Office of the Prosecutor wants the Trial Chamber to order Vojislav Seselj to accept its evidence in electronic form or, alternatively, to release it from the obligation to disclose statements sought by the accused.
THE HAGUE | 09.03.2004.

DOES THE TRIBUNAL HAVE JURISDICTION OVER VOJVODINA?

In his motion, Vojislav Seselj challenges virtually everything: from the legality of the founding of the Tribunal to its jurisdiction in general, and particularly, its jurisdiction over alleged violations of international humanitarian law committed in the territory of Vojvodina.

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