SARAJEVO, (Patria) – SNSD President Milorad Dodik says Foreign Trade and Economic Affairs Minister Stasa Kosarac wrote about ending his political trip by attending last night’s private party in Sarajevo, disrespecting prohibition and protection measures, which was interrupted by police and fined guests.
He told RS media that Basketball is not and can no longer be his closest associate, and that the SNSD is barred from his actions, which he strongly rejects and does not accept, and that Basketball has ended as far as SNSD policy is concerned.
“In this regard, we will take those measures that are best for the Republika Srpska. Namely, given that the changes in the Council of Ministers can lead to the loss of positions of the RS itself, we will determine our behavior accordingly,” Dodik said.
The SNSD leader said he completely rejects his misbehavior, unacceptable and politically irresponsible behavior, in which he questioned the policies that he has pursued and which he has successfully pursued, for the sake of his little personal comfort.
By the way, today the president of the Party of Democratic Progress (PDP), Branislav Borenovic, and a member of the House of Representatives of the Parliamentary Assembly of BiH sent a letter to the Collegium of the House of Representatives of the BiH Parliamentary Assembly and the Chairman of the Council of Ministers of BiH to initiate the procedure for dismissing Minister Kosarac. at the time of the ban on assembly, as well as other prevention measures, due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Borenovic said he expected Basketball to resign on its own.
“Obviously Zoran Tegeltija and Nebojsa Radmanovic don’t ask much, so I urge Milorad Dodik, who has usurped all positions in the RS, to dismiss his minister.”
He said that such behavior was for every conviction.
“These people must be sacked and sanctioned, and they deserve social condemnation,” Borenovic said at a news conference in Banja Luka, pointing out that this sends the message that a small group can do whatever they want, which is not good.
Patria / Balkantimes.press