sábado, 26 de março de 2016

Condemnation of Karadzic doesn't like the Bosnians nor Serbs

"I can't believe this verdict go improve relations between Serbs and Muslims."

The conviction of Radovan Karadzic to 40 years in prison for genocide, war crimes and crimes against humanity â€" seems to have pleased neither the Bosnian Serbs nor the Bosnian Serbs. The families of the victims had a life sentence, the Serbs fear the resurgence of nationalism in the Serbian Republic of Bosnia.

"That another sentence should have been given, unless a life sentence. I don't know if he still has family alive, but I lost all that I loved. I'm alone, "laments a widow of the Srebrenica massacre.

8000 teenagers and men of combat age were slaughtered and dumped in mass gr aves in what is considered the worst massacre in Europe since the end of World War II. So, "40 years is a ' jackpot ' to Karadzic, in view of the organized, ordered and made", criticizes a genocide survivor.

In Pale, in the Serbian Republic of Bosnia-Herzegovina, the feeling is that this verdict will not solve the problems of relationship between the communities:

A Bosnian Serb believes that the fact that Karadzic "have been sentenced to 40 years in prison, the Serbs are going to complain and it certainly won't bring peace and reconciliation. But, if it had been released, it would be the other side to protest. I can't believe this verdict go improve relations between Serbs and Muslims ", he concludes.

According to another re sident of Pale, "Here, nobody liked this verdict and things won't improve. People are disillusioned. Our life is bad and this sentence comes as another big disappointment ".

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