The parliamentary group “United Valley – SDA Sandzak”, led by Shaip Kamberi, today submitted a parliamentary procedure, through which the Republican Assembly is required to approve the Resolution on genocide in Srebrenica.
This initiative of the only opposition deputies was announced by the deputy Shaip Kamberi, through a post on Facebook, where he explained in detail this proposal:
The parliamentary group “United Valley – SDA Sandzak” has submitted in parliamentary procedure the Resolution on the Srebrenica genocide.
Following the approval of the final decision approving the life sentence of war criminal Ratko Mladic, it is time for the Serbian Parliament to declare its acceptance of the Srebrenica genocide.
The text of the Resolution is as follows:
Respecting and accepting the rulings of the International Court of Justice and the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia,
In order to restore inter-ethnic trust, build lasting peace, security, cooperation and trust between peoples,
Expressing the deepest piety and respect for the victims of the Bosnian people who fell victim to the Srebrenica genocide,
The Parliamentary Group “United Valley – SDA Sandzak”, the Assembly of the Republic of Serbia i
RESOLUTION ON THE GENOCIDE OF SREBRENICA
- The Srebrenica genocide is strongly condemned.
- Any denial of this genocide is condemned.
- July 11 is declared Srebrenica Genocide Remembrance Day.
- Any glorification of war crimes and convicted criminals is tried.
- Condolences to all the innocent victims of the wars in the former Yugoslavia and their families, and call on all neighboring states to continue to provide justice and lasting support to survivors and victims of sexual violence.
- It demonstrates the state’s determination to prevent genocide and other serious crimes and confirms the positions of the final document of the 2005 World Summit on the responsibility of protecting the population from genocide, war crimes, ethnic cleansing and crimes against humanity.
- The ratification and full implementation of the Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crimes of Genocide, War Crimes, Ethnic Cleansing and Crime against Humanity is guaranteed and the laws necessary for the fulfillment of the obligations under this Convention are approved.
- Efforts to conduct investigations and prosecution of all those accused of genocide in Srebrenica are supported, while it is obliged to use all available tools and mechanisms to conduct investigations and prosecute all those responsible.
- Emphasis is placed on the substantive importance of reconciliation, which is based on dialogue, dealing with the past and a commitment to achieving justice and supporting victims, as a basis for strengthening and ensuring the stability and prosperity of the region.
- The state is obliged to develop educational programs through which future generations will be reminded of the lessons learned from past genocides, war crimes, ethnic cleansing and crimes against humanity in order not to repeat them.
- Reaffirms the importance of the lecture on the failure to prevent the genocide in Srebrenica, as mentioned in the Report of the Secretary-General of the United Nations in accordance with UN General Assembly Resolution 53/35 and decides to act in a timely and efficient manner to prevent a recurrence of tragedies of this kind and for this purpose use all available means.
- It is argued that the violation of human and minority rights may be early indicators of the possibility of genocide and in this regard the Assembly is obliged to approve laws and other mandatory acts which will undoubtedly guarantee the protection and full realization of rights human rights and minorities and will provide minorities with conditions for the realization of the right to political existence, equality and dignity.