Today, Youth Initiative for Human Rights’ activists have painted over the graffiti with the image of Ratko Mladić, former Chief of the General Staff of the Army of Republic of Srpska, convicted in the first instance to life imprisonment for war crimes throughout Bosnia and Herzegovina and for genocide in Srebrenica in July 1995. The graffiti were placed on several locations in the towns of Bor and Bačka Palanka.
The Youth Initiative for Human Rights demands that the National Assembly of Serbia finally establish the termination of Vojislav Šešelj’s MP status.
This report is a systematic presentation of how the government continuously defends and supports convicted war criminals. The research is focused on the analysis of different forms of political support and affirmation received by four war criminals who are the most active in Serbian public life – Vladimir Lazarević, Nikola Šainović, Momčilo Krajišnik and Veselin Šljivančanin. The Report covers the period from their return from prison until December 2017.