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Stojan Zupljanin, Mico Stanisic

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THE HAGUE | 04.09.2009.

STANISIC AND ZUPLJANIN TRIAL TO OPEN ON 14 SEPTEMBER 2009

At the pre-trial conference, the Trial Chamber confirmed that the trial of Mico Stanisic, interior minister in the first Bosnian Serb war government, and Stojan Zupljanin, former chief of the Security Services Center in Banja Luka will begin on Monday, 14 September 2009
THE HAGUE | 07.01.2009.

ZUPLJANIN’S REQUEST TO BE TRIED TOGETHER WITH KARADZIC DENIED

The judges have accepted that the crimes Zupljanin, Stanisic and Karadzic are charged with were part of the same ‘common plan’ to forcibly and permanently remove Bosnian Muslims and Croats from large swaths of Bosnia and Herzegovina, but they have nevertheless agreed that the joinder of their cases would not be in the interest of justice, since the indictment against the former Republika Srpska president is ‘significantly broader in scope’ that the other indictments
THE HAGUE | 03.12.2008.

ZUPLJANIN WANTS TO BE TRIED WITH KARADZIC

Stojan Zupljanin wants to have his case joined with the one of Radovan Karadzic since, as he claims, both indictments allege the 'same criminal intent', participation in the 'same criminal enterprise' and in part 'the same crime base'
THE HAGUE | 23.06.2008.

ZUPLJANIN POSTPONES HIS PLEA

At his initial appearance before the Tribunal, Stojan Zupljanin exercises his right to postpone his plea for a month. False identity was his ‘only protection’, Zupljanin explains, when the Serbian political and police leaders ‘decided to eliminate’ the remaining four fugitives from international justice
THE HAGUE | 11.06.2008.

ZUPLJANIN’S ARREST – PROOF FUGITIVES ARE ‘WITHIN REACH’

The Office of the Prosecutor in the Hague Tribunal notes Stojan Zupljanin’s arrest has proven that the remaining fugitives from international justice are ‘within reach’ of the Serbian authorities, expressing hope that Zupljanin will soon be transferred to the UN Detention Unit and that the remaining three fugitives, Karadzic, Mladic and Hadzic, will follow
THE HAGUE | 09.01.2008.

MICO STANISIC TRIAL TO START IN SPRING

The trial of Mico Stanisic, the first interior minister in the Bosnian Serb war government is expected to start between March and July 2008
THE HAGUE | 17.03.2005.

MICO STANISIC “NOT GUILTY”

Minister of the interior in the first Bosnian Serb war-time cabinet appeared for the first time before an ICTY judge, unrepresented by defense counsel. He pleaded not guilty on all 10 counts of the indictment charging him with crimes committed in 1992 by police forces under his command and control
THE HAGUE | 10.03.2005.

INDICTMENT AGAINST MICO STANISIC UNSEALED

After Mico Stanisic, former Republika Srpska interior minister, announced he would go to The Hague voluntarily, the indictment against him was unsealed at the Tribunal. He is charged in ten counts with crimes against humanity and violations of laws and customs of war

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