The head of the club of SNSD deputies in the House of Representatives of the Parliament of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Sanja Vulić, was assigned police protection.
This was announced by the Minister of Security of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Nenad Nešić, on his Instagram profile.
After a series of heinous insults and threats to which she was exposed in the past few days, we made the decision to grant her police protection, Nešić wrote.
“I strongly condemn threats to anyone, threats have not brought anyone good because we have to build peace,” Nešić said on Instagram.
Let’s remind you that Sanja Vulić said in the past few days that she received threats from several accounts on social networks.
She reported the threats to the Doboj Police Department, and received them after the trial of the President of Republika Srpska, Milorad Dodik, in the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina in Sarajevo.
Dodik’s trial was held last Monday in the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina in Sarajevo. The case was taken over by the new judge Sena Uzunović, and after that Vulić appeared in front of the court building and cursed why she received a police fine.