Minister of Internal Affairs of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina (FBiH) Aljosa Campara spoke about the devastating state of the BiH judicial system and what kind of people are working within the police structures.
The decryption of the “Sky” application led to numerous arrests, the authorities announce that this is only the beginning and that by the end of the year, new arrests will follow and the indictment will be filed in probably one of the most complex cases that BiH judiciary ever dealt with.
“I think it has already led to certain high-ranking officials. I mean the Prosecutor’s Office and some other police officers. When you look at it, it is terrible that some police officers or some advisers who worked in the Intelligence-Security Agency (OSA), and some ministers, traded with those documents and were arrested, for which indictments are being prepared, I think this is just the beginning. It’s a big and complex case, and it’s good that these things are happening. It’s bad thing and it’s something that makes us sad, that there were so many of these groups in BiH and they felt so free, that here was like an oasis where they could work and act. I think it’s devastating information, but thank God that things like this happen. It’s good that we have police agencies that do their job. Those that are under political control, they don’t work. For example, the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Canton Sarajavo (CS) works very well, and international officials will confirm that,” said Campara.
The Minister of Internal Affairs of the FBiH also spoke about why Zoran Cegar, the head of the Federal Police Administration (FUP) – uniformed police sector, was not suspended earlier and how he could have remained in his position after certain incidents.
“Tell me how could that happen? Only when there was pressure from international institutions, European parliamentarians and journalists did it happen. For example, the first time he slapped a guy he had to be suspended. I asked for a suspension and wrote and sent urgent calls. As long as we have such people in the system, this country cannot be in a good situation,” emphasized Campara.
To recall you, members of the State Investigation and Protection Agency (SIPA) recently conducted a search of the state prison in Vojkovici on the order of the Prosecutor’s Office of BiH, due to the suspicion that the detainees in that institution planned to kill the state prosecutor Dubravko Campara, the brother of the federal minister of the internal affairs. It is a group of people who are connected with the decryption of the “Sky” application, Klix.ba reports.