Crnalić said that restrictive measures were abolished on Friday but that the attorney team received the official notice from the Court of BiH yesterday.
Furthermore, Crnalić explained that the Prosecutor’s Office of BiH opposed the abolition of restrictive measures at first, but that eventually they also gave their consent.
Apart from Radončić, restrictive measures were also abolished for Bakir Dautbašić and Bilsena Šahman. Restrictive measures referred to the prohibition of traveling, meeting certain persons, and issuance of new travel documents. The restrictive measure of prohibition of communicating with other people about the criminal procedure being led against him before the Court of BiH was abolished as well for Radončić.
Radončić is accused of criminal offenses conspiracy to commit crime, obstruction of justice, and giving rewards or other kinds of benefits for trade of influence.