International Court of Justice


23. January 2020.
Lawmakers in the upper house of the Bosnian parliament voted to reject a proposed legal change intended to make the denial of genocide and war crimes punishable by jail sentences. The House of Peoples, the upper house of the Bosnian parliament, voted on Thursday against changing the criminal code of Bosnia and Herzegovina to criminalise […]

2. October 2013.
Vasvija Vidovic, a long-time lawyer with legal experience before domestic and international institutions, writes about the necessity for publicity of criminal proceedings and denies criticism that witnesses can be influenced in their testimonies by media reports.

5. April 2013.
Prepare new pieces of evidence, present new facts and initiate a revision of the verdict by the International Court of Justice in the case of Bosnia and Herzegovina vs. Serbia and Montenegro – this is a message of a book titled “The International Court of Justice – Bosnia and Herzegovina vs. Serbia and Montenegro” that was promoted in the premises of the Law Faculty in Kiseljak.