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THE HAGUE | 06.07.2010.

WHAT STIRRED WITNESS’S CONSCIENCE IN SESELJ CASE

In his reply to the judges, former Serbian Chetnik Movement volunteer Nenad Jovic explained how his conscience suddenly stirred four years after his first statement to the OTP investigators, prompting him to switch sides and testify in Seselj’s defense
THE HAGUE | 22.06.2010.

A PANEL OF JUDGES FOR SESELJ

ICTY President Patrick Robinson is of the view that there is “no merit” in the motion filed by the Serbian Radical Party leader to disqualify judges Kwon and Parker from the Trial Chamber hearing Seselj’s contempt of court case but he nevertheless named a panel of judges that will rule on the motion
THE HAGUE | 14.06.2010.

‘PROVISIONAL’ SCHEDULE FOR THE SESELJ TRIAL

The remaining two witnesses of the Trial Chamber are expected to be called in the first half of July 2010. The parties will then await the Chamber’s decision on the prosecution motion to admit parts of Mladic’s diaries into evidence and the accused will then be allowed to submit his motion for acquittal at the half-time of the trial. Seselj has distanced himself from agent provocateur Zeljko Raznatovic Arkan
THE HAGUE | 12.05.2010.

WHO MADE SESELJ’S UNWILLING WITNESS TO ‘CHANGE HIS MIND’

How did witness Zoran Rankic, former deputy head of the Serbian Radical Party War Staff, decide to repudiate the statements he had given to the OTP and talk to Vojislav Seselj’s defense instead
THE HAGUE | 11.05.2010.

ANOTHER UNWILLING WITNESS AT THE SESELJ TRIAL

Zoran Rankic was subpoenaed to come to The Hague and testify by the Trial Chamber to explain why he repudiated the statement he gave to the OTP and decided to talk to the defense of the Serbian Radical leader Vojislav Seselj
THE HAGUE | 06.05.2010.

SESELJ ONCE AGAIN REFUSED TO ENTER PLEA

Vojislav Seselj once again refused to enter his plea on the new contempt of court charges. The presiding judge then ordered that a plea of not guilty be recorded. The Serbian Radical leader is charged with publishing information that may lead to the identification of 11 protected witnesses
THE HAGUE | 29.04.2010.

SESELJ POSTPONED HIS PLEA

Vojislav Seselj refused to enter his plea on the contempt of court charges. The indictment alleges that Seselj published in one of his books information that could lead to the identification of 11 protected prosecution witnesses. A new date for Seselj’s plea will be set forthwith
THE HAGUE | 30.03.2010.

SESELJ WANTS TO SUBPOENA CARLA DEL PONTE

The witness complied with the subpoena and arrived in The Hague but refused to give evidence. A hearing on whether the accused should respond to the evidence called by the prosecution will be held in late May. Seselj wants to subpoena former chief prosecutor and her deputy to give evidence about their purported meetings with Tomislav Nikolic
THE HAGUE | 17.02.2010.

SESELJ: INTERNATIONAL LAW IS INHUMANE

Vojislav Seselj claims his demand to expel Croats from Serbia was in line with international law. Seselj contends that neither he nor his party had anything to do with the efforts to pressure Croats into leaving Hrtkovci
THE HAGUE | 16.02.2010.

WARNING THAT COULDN’T BE IGNORED

Seselj’s ‘warnings’ to Croats in Vojvodina to leave Serbia ‘had to be taken quite seriously’, Witness VS-067, former inhabitant of the village of Hrtkovci in Vojvodina, told the judges today, because at that time Vojislav Seselj was ‘a prominent political figure’ in Serbia and his party had sent its paramilitary formations to take part in the executions in Croatia and BH

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