Transparency of Judiciary

27. March 2012.

War crimes trials are not private disputes that should be protected from the public, but processes that should be used for determining what happened and why, as well as who is responsible – says Mirko Klarin, Director of the SENSE Agency, which follows trials held before The Hague Tribunal.


23. March 2012.

The Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina has issued a “Rulebook on Gaining Access to Information under the Control of the Court and the Cooperation with the Community”, by which the media can get video or audio recordings to the duration of 10 minutes from the trials, which means that testimonies of victims and witnesses will no longer be possible to be heard by the electronic media.