We will continue the international campaign to provide the victims of the genocide in Prijedor with a dignified memory and commemoration, as well as the erection of an adequate memorial, as a reminder of the horrors of the genocide done upon them. We are still working to give the victims of the genocide in Prijedor the right to mark the infamous concentration camps as memorials of a horrible crime done upon the Bosniaks and Croats in Prijedor, and to make May 31 a permanent date mark of the Prijedor White Ribbon Day and to declare July 20th as a Day of Mourning in the city of Prijedor. Because the genocide in Prijedor is an extremely inhumane act, committed under the direction of a para-institutional, great nationalist regime with the intention of subjugating, dehumanizing and creating unbearable living conditions in order to carry out ethnic cleansing of the Bosniaks and Croats as quickly and cruelly as possible.You need to finally enable the victims of genocide to exercise their rights, and the initial right for the victims is for wrongdoers to confess to the crime, repent and seek forgiveness. Therefore, we urge you to give your vote for the defense of the rights of the victims, because until the just struggle of the victims is respected, there is no happier common future for the city of Prijedor.
Victims must not be humiliated, and you have the power for make it right. You as a mayor have a chance to ensure a better common future for Prijedor. The first, small step for the better future is that you personally can make the proclamation that July 20th becomes the Day of Mourning in the city of Prijedor. This proclamation would, unlike your predecessors, show victims that you are in favor of a better united future in Prijedor.