Bosniak MPs call for debate on violation of minority rights
Bosniak List leadership has called on the Serbian parliament to open a debate on continuous violation of human and minority rights of Bosniaks in Sandžak.
In a release submitted to the media, the coalition’s leadership noted that rights of Bosniak’s in Serbia were violated by some government bodies, namely the prosecution, judiciary and police.
Commenting on the attack on the vehicle of Bosniak List MP and Bosniak Democratic Party of Sandzak leader Esad Džudžević, the coalition’s leadership called on the government bodies to file a report on investigation results and launch proceedings against criminals and commissioners of the criminal act.
All four tires of Džudžević’s official vehicle, owned by the Bosniak National Council and clearly marked as such, were slashed in the night between Wednesday and Thursday.
Džudžević stated on Thursday that he saw the act as an open threat and a response of government bodies to his insistent requests that constitutional and legal rights and freedoms of Sandzak Bosniaks in Serbia should be respected. He also suspended his MP activities in the Serbian parliament.