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Uhapsen Ejup Ganic u Londonu

Erstellt von kollegah, 01.03.2010, 18:08 Uhr · 274 Antworten · 14.497 Aufrufe

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    <H1><H1>[h1]Former Bosnian president Ejup Ganic fears for his life if extradited to Serbian prison [/h1]
    [h2]A former president of Bosnia, Ejup Ganic, says he fears being murdered in a Serbian prison if a British court sends him to Belgrade to face war crimes charges. [/h2]

    By Nick Meo
    Published: 7:30PM BST 10 Jul 2010

    Former Bosnian president Ejup Ganic fears for his life if extradited to Serbian prison Photo: Philip Hollis

    Serbian prosecutors accuse Dr Ganic, 64, of responsibility for the shooting of Serbian soldiers after they had surrendered in May 1992 at the chaotic outbreak of Bosnia's civil war.

    Dr Ganic, now a professor of engineering who spends much of his time in Britain, was arrested at Heathrow in March on a warrant issued by the Serbian authorities.

    "If I go to a Belgrade prison I would be hanged, it would look like an accident or they would stage some kind of 'suicide'," Dr Ganic told The Sunday Telegraph in his first newspaper interview since his arrest.

    "It would be impossible to have a fair trial there. None of our Bosnian witnesses could be called because they would fear being jailed themselves by the Serbians.
    "Given the nationalistic mood in Serbia no judge or politician would ever release me. My children will never see me again if I am sent there."
    This week his lawyers argued at City of Westminster magistrates' court against his extradition, on the grounds that the charges against him are politically motivated and because he would not get a fair trial in Belgrade.
    His Serbian enemies have sought to portray Mr Ganic as a former leader of hostile Muslim forces who were eager for revenge as fighting in Sarajevo escalated.
    But he has always been known as a secular and pro-Western politician.
    One of his strongest supporters in Britain was Baroness Thatcher, and some of the former Prime Minister's advisers helped him find lawyers after he was arrested and jailed in HMP Wandsworth for 10 days.
    The charges, denied by Dr Ganic, relate to a series of alleged massacres on May 2 and 3 1992, at the most violent and chaotic stage of the civil war as a series of bloody battles were being fought across the territory of former Yugoslavia.
    In two days of extraordinary drama, Serb-dominated Yugoslavian forces began a massive artillery bombardment of Sarajevo and launched a tank-led assault against the burning city.
    In the evening of the first day of the assault, they seized Bosnian president Alija Izetbegovic as he returned from a diplomatic mission abroad.
    As the presidential bodyguards faced Serb tanks which came within 800 metres of Sarajevo's presidency building, Dr Ganic was forced to take temporary command of Sarajevo's defence forces - a motley and poorly armed collection of police, army deserters, armed citizens, and even notorious gangsters.
    The city came close to being cut in two by Serbian attackers, firing thousands of shells which killed and injured hundreds of civilians.
    At this desperate time, Serbian prosecutors say, Bosnian forces under Dr Ganic's command attacked a convoy of Serbian soldiers who were leaving their compound under truce, allegedly killing dozens of them after they had surrendered. Dr Ganic was acting president at the time.
    Belgrade prosecutors claim several other Serbian units were attacked including soldiers at a hospital, and canteen staff who were tortured and murdered.
    Dr Ganic denies the charges, claiming Serbian losses have been exaggerated and insisting that generals under his command tried to stop armed Sarajevo citizens from firing on the soldiers.
    "In all this madness, the Serbian prosecutors have picked a few incidents," he said.
    "It was a desperate time. My bodyguards were stopping tanks with rocket launchers, getting to within a few yards of them before firing. If the Serbian soldiers had overrun the presidency it would have been a disaster for Bosnia, and we thought our country was worth fighting and dying for.
    "I am proud that I stayed to defend my country - and I did not commit any war crimes."
    Dr Ganic argues that the charges against him are inspired by the internal politics of Serbia rather than the bloody events of 18 years ago when he was president for a few days.
    His Oxford-educated daughter Emina Ganic, 29, the executive director of the Sarajevo Film Festival, said: "By arresting my father the Serbs are trying to create a symmetry of guilt.
    "The Serbian president Boris Tadic needs to show nationalist voters that Serbia will prosecute Bosnians, after dozens of Serbs have been to the Hague. By bringing this warrant they are trying to make it appear that guilt was shared, especially at the beginning of the war."
    She said the timing of the case is significant - the arrest at Heathrow was on the day former Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic went on trial at the United Nations tribunal in the Hague charged with genocide. This week's hearing was also an emotional time, before today's 15th anniversary of the murder of 8,000 Muslims by Serbs at Srebrenica.
    Miss Ganic said: "This case is rekindling ethnic tensions. It is feeding the basest sentiments in our two countries. There is still an unresolved political issue about who is to blame for the war."
    Responsibility for the Bosnian war and atrocities of the 1990s, in which more than 100,000 died, is still a potent issue in Serbian politics, especially because the European Union has made it clear that if Serbia is ever to join the EU as it wants, it must hand over more alleged war criminals.
    Dr Ganic said he has been impressed by British justice in the courtroom but not in prison.
    "They put me in a cell with a convicted drug dealer, wouldn't let me have access to a lawyer or a Bosnian diplomat for four days, and refused to give me the medication I need for blood pressure," he said.
    "The other prisoners were fine - they couldn't believe that a former president was locked up with them. But the guards were very rude. When I asked for my medicine they told me to shut up."
    Dr Ganic said that his greatest wish is to return to normal life - stop reporting to a police station daily, a condition of his £300,000 bail, and get back to teaching duties at the University of Buckingham.
    He also revealed that he faces bankruptcy over the costs of the case. "The barristers cost £850 per hour, and if I have to pay that I will have to sell my home in Sarajevo," he said.
    "Still, lots of Bosnians have lost their homes in the war. That would be something that my family can bear. It is this unjust persecution that makes them angry."
    The case, before Chief District Judge Timothy Workman, is expected to finish on Wednesday.

    Former Bosnian president Ejup Ganic fears for his life if extradited to Serbian prison - Telegraph

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    London: Sud odbio zahtjev Srbije, Ganić je slobodan čovjek!

    24SI - Sud u Londonu odbio je u utorak zahtjev Srbije za izručenje bivšeg člana Predsjedništva RBiH Ejupa Ganića.

    "On je potpuno slobodan čovjek. Zahtjev je odbijen i doktor Ganić je na putu za Sarajevo, rekao je savjetnik Damir Arnaut, član pravnog tima Ganićeve Odbrane, za Justice Report.

    Ganić je uhapšen u Londonu 1. marta ove godine na osnovu potjernice Srbije, koja je zatražila njegovo izručenje kako bi mu u Beogradu bilo suđeno za ratni zločin.

    Tužilaštvo za ratne zločine Srbije sumnjiči Ganića za učešće u napadu na kolonu Jugoslovenske narodne armije (JNA) u Dobrovoljačkoj ulici u Sarajevu maju 1992. godine. Prema podacima iz istrage, u napadu je ubijeno 18 vojnika.

    Protiveći se izručenju, Ganićeva Odbrana na sudu je isticala da je zahtjev Srbije politički motivisan.

    Ganić je desetak dana nakon hapšenja pušten iz pritvora uz kauciju i od tada je bio u kućnom pritvoru, podsjeća BIRN-Justice Report. - London: Sud odbio zahtjev Srbije, Gani

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    Intervju: ''Mene jure jer ne mogu sebi da oproste što tad nisu dobili Bosnu''

    24SI - Neposredno nakon odluke Suda u Londonu, koji je odbio kao politički motiviran zahtjev Srbije za njegovu ekstradiciju, bivši član Predsjedništva BiH Ejup Ganić je za Radio Slobodna Evropa (RSE) dao intervju u kome govori o značaju same odluke, kao i mogućem ishodu po ostalih 18 optuženih za slučaj Dobrovoljačka koji se nalaze na potjernicama Tužilaštva Srbije za ratne zločine.

    Srbija tereti Ganića i ostale za navodnu odgovornost za incident prilikom povlačenja Jugoslovenske narodne armije iz Sarajeva 3. maja 1992. godine u kojem je stradalo nekoliko vojnika i oficira.

    RSE: Gospodine Ganiću, pretpostavljam da ste zadovoljni odlukom suda. Jeste li, možda, imali sumnje da bi ishod mogao biti drugačiji?

    Ganić: Iskreno, ja sam vjerovao da će sud donijeti odluku jer već pet mjeseci traje ovo slaganje kockica. Mi smo se puno potrudili da dokažemo da je karakter rata bio agresija u Bosni i Hercegovini, što je na kraju Srbija i potvrdila jer je poslala takav dokument da je to bio međunarodni sukob dvije države nadajući se da će me na osnovu tog dokumenta dobiti. Britanski zakoni ne prepoznaju građanske ratove, što je ranije Srbija tvrdila - da je u BiH bio građanski rat.

    S druge strane, mi smo bili iznenađeni količinom laži i falsifikata koje je Srbija dostavila. Naravno, trebalo je puno truda da se sve to razobliči. I koliko god ova muka od pet mjeseci bila teška za mene, ja se vraćam sa jednom velikom pobjedom u smislu karaktera rata u BiH - da je BiH bila napadnuta, da je bila žrtva agresije. Istovremeno vraćam se s jednom analizom šta smo mi to radili 2. i 3. maja kad je Milošević htio da obori legalnu vladu BiH, da imenuje svog predstavnika i uzme Bosnu pod svoje. To mu nije pošlo za rukom i zbog toga oni ove silne godine mene jure iz prostog razloga što ne mogu sebi da oproste što tad nisu dobili Bosnu pod svoju kontrolu.

    RSE: Zašto je, prema vašem mišljenju, Srbija istrajavala na vašem hapšenju i suđenju u Velikoj Britaniji?

    Ganić: Oni dobro znaju da je Haški tribunal istraživao ovaj slučaj i rekao da ja ništa nisam uradio loše, izuzev ono što sam trebao da radim po zakonu. S druge strane, istraživao je Sud za ratne zločine BiH, kojim upravljaju stranci, koji je također potvrdio to. Međutim, Srbija je htjela svoje suđenje. Oni se jednostavno nisu pomakli od Miloševića kada je u pitanju njihovo sudstvo, tužilaštvo. Bio je njihov taj glavni za ratne zločine - i to je bilo smiješno slušati ga koliko taj čovjeka, kada država laže, podmeće, a to se strogo osuđuje. I druga stvar, to je više nego politički motivisan proces. Zato sam veoma srećan što se to završilo kako treba.

    RSE: A šta se može očekivati kada je u pitanju 18 osoba koje su pored vas, također, optužene po ovom slučaju?

    Ganić: Ovaj slučaj je praktično dobrim dijelom osvijetljen ovim. Ovo je bio bukvalno jedan tribunal koji je trajao pet mjeseci - da je to bio sukob dvije države. I to mijenja čitavu poziciju - Bosna je bila napadnuta, i ako neko istražuje dalje te ostale osobe, jednostavno pozivajući se na ovaj slučaj kada je u pitanju međunarodna pozicija u smislu kakav je to bio sukob i tome slično.

    RSE: Jeste li zadovoljni reakcijom države, i da li postoji način da se, bazirano na iskustvu koje ste vi prošli, slična hapšenja izbjegnu?

    Ganić: Naša država, nažalost, funkcioniše po Dejtonu. Dejton je donio mir, ali je napravio državu koja ne može da funkcioniše. I teško je dobiti jedinstvo u zajedničkim organima kada je ovo u pitanju jer mnogi ljudi u zajedničkim organima, koji su izabrani, ustvari ne osuđuju genocid u Srebernici i pripadaju onoj struji koja je ratovala protiv Bosne, tako da je teško sad kritikovati državu jer se jednostavno na nju ne možemo do kraja osloniti. Mene su više pomagali ljudi po svom ličnom integritetu, ali ja sam imao dobar advokatski tim, moja djeca Emir i Emina su vodili proces, organizirali sve. I sva sreća, oni su se školovali u Velikoj Britaniji, tako da poznaju ovaj sistem, tako da je, možda, najbolje što sam ja od ovih 19 optuženih bio ovdje priveden jer se, možda, drugi ne bi mogli tako efikasno odbraniti. - Intervju: &#039;&#039;Mene jure jer ne mogu sebi da oproste

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