Bakir Izetbegovic admitted that no one has done absolutely nothing for the past 9 years to prepare an application for review of the judgment of the International Court in 2007, which was exactly what I wanted to say, commented Francis A. Boyle, professor of international law at the American University of Illinois on the statement of Bakir Izetbegovic.
Fighter for human freedom and a former agent of BiH at the International Court of Justice recently talked about the lawsuit of BiH against Serbia and why it failed.
He stated that they should have start working on a revision of the judgement of BiH against Serbia long time ago. He emphasized that BiH government led by Bakir Izetbegovic have not done none of that in the last 9 years.
The Chairman of the Presidency of BiH, Bakir Izetbegovic, replied on his statement.
“I do not know what Mr. Boyle thinks I should have done, and he knows what I did, so I do not want to comment his statement. The lawsuit is possible. Terrible things have happened in BiH and someone is guilty for them. We need a new proof, and we do not have it at the moment.”
“Will it come up after reading the complete content of the indictment to Karadzic, we’ll see. This job will be done by professionals, not Izetbegovic. If it comes up, I’ll be the one to provide logistical and political support to do it,” said Izetbegovic.
Today came reaction of Francis Boyle.
“Bakir Izetbegovic admitted that no one has done absolutely nothing for the past 9 years to prepare an application for review of the judgment of the International Court of 2007, which is exactly what I wanted to say. Again, it’s sabotage. The complaint to the International Court of Justice in 2007 against Yugoslavia, including Serbia and Montenegro is consistently and thoroughly sabotaged since 1996,” said Boyle.