According to unofficial information, the International Court of Justice in The Hague confirmed to the Cabinet of Chairman of the Presidency of BiH Mladen Ivanic that Sakib Softic has no legitimacy to represent BiH in the process of starting the revision of the lawsuit against Serbia.
Namely, the International Court of Justice in The Hague explained that the revision represents an entirely new process and not a continuation of the previous one. In order to start the review procedure, a new decision of the Presidency of BiH is needed, as well as the authorized agent who will submit an application before the court in The Hague.
It was noted that such a decision will not be made because the two members of the Presidency of BiH are against the revision.
Foreign diplomats, as well as two members of the Presidency of BiH, believe that no one offered new evidence in the past six months. The objective period for the review is ten years, and subjective six months from finding evidence.
Apparently among politicians is increasingly mentioned the process of financing of Sakib Softic, considering that it is not known who paid the costs for representing BiH. Particularly controversial is the possibility that Softic was paid from private funds to represent the Presidency of BiH, which in political circles is considered as unacceptable.
As we found out, Softic was engaged in the Cabinet of the member of the Presidency of BiH Bakir Izetbegovic in 2014, on legal analysis of police reform in BiH.
(Source: Er. M./Klix.ba)