Federal Administration for Inspection Affairs, in cooperation with the municipal inspection authorities and police officers of the Ministry of Interior of FBiH, is conducting inspection activities of objects that are used for performing the alternative parallel-organized forms of religious activities in the FBiH, as confirmed from the Federal Administration for Inspection Affairs.
As they stated, this is a complex inspection activity and established inter-agency cooperation between the relevant control, security and intelligence agencies and institutions in BiH.
Support to the inspection activities of inspectors of the Federal Administration for Inspection Affairs, municipal inspection authorities and the Federal Ministry of Internal Affairs also provided the State Investigation and Protection Agency (SIPA) and the Intelligence – Security Agency (OSA) BiH.
Inspection activities are performed within the competence that are defined by the law and by regulations governing the objects and operations of the municipal jurisdiction, within the competence defined by the Law on freedom of religion and legal status of churches and religious communities in BiH and other regulations that are governing the performance of activities that are controlled.
Inspection activities are performed continuously from the 10th of May 2016, on the localities in Stijena in the municipality of Cazin, village Brezicani in the municipality of Donji Vakuf, and in village Osve in the municipality of Maglaj.
According to spokeswoman of SIPA, Kristina Jozic, this Police Agency is not taking part in the inspection activities that are carried out by the Federal Administration for Inspection Affairs within its jurisdiction over paradzemats in BiH.
“SIPA, within their legal jurisdiction, is continuously undertaking a series of measures and activities against persons that are associated with radical extremism, collects information on possible illegal activities of members of the extreme religious groups in BiH, as well as places where these people are gathering and exchanges these information with police and other authorities in BiH, while the Agency is not responsible for the closure of these objects,” stated Jozic.
(Source: Er. M./Klix.ba)