BANJALUKA, June 10 /SRNA/ – The ruling coalition in Republika Srpska, consisting of the Alliance of Independent Social Democrats /SNSD/, the Socialist Party /SP/ and the Democratic People’s Alliance /DNS/, finds a resolution on Srebrenica unacceptable. The resolution is on the agenda of today’s session of the House of Representatives of the BiH Parliament.
After the meeting in Banjaluka, presidents of the SNSD, DNS and SP – Milorad Dodik, Marko Pavic and Petar Djokic have confirmed to journalists that the SNSD and the DNS MPs in the House of Representatives of the BiH Parliament will not attend the debate on the resolution on Srebrenica.
They stated that the SNSD and the DNS MPs will attend the voting process and will vote against the proposed resolution on Srebrenica.
Dodik, Pavic and Djokic have added that the current situation in Srpska was discussed in today’s meeting, and have stated that they have a parliamentary majority while the opposition, at the moment, has no more than 36 members in the Republika Srpska National Assembly.
The meeting in Banja Luka was attended by the SNSD international secretary Zeljka Cvijanovic, head of the SNSD Caucus in the Republika Srpska National Assembly, Radovan Viskovic, head of the SP Caucus, Slobodan Protic, vice president of DNS, Nedeljko Cubrilovic, as well as president of the Serbian Radical Party, Dragan Djurdjevic. /end/vos