“The Republika Srpska (RS) entity Parliament rejected the 2004 Commission for Srebrenica’s report on the events concerning the Srebrenica genocide and asked the RS Government to annul it, said the jointly proposed conclusion made by all the Serb parties in the RS Parliament.

One of the conclusions stipulates that the Parliament believes independent international commissions should be set-up to objectively and impartially determine the extent of the suffering of Serbs in the Srebrenica area from 1992 to 1995, as well as in Sarajevo, in the 1991-1995 period.

The RS National Assembly (RSNA) said that the deadline for the formation of both commissions should be no longer than one year.

Furthermore, the conclusions stipulate that the Srebrenica Commission’s 2004 report on events in and around Srebrenica in the period July 10-19, 1995, was made under the pressure of the High Representative of the international community which oversees the civilian implementation of the Dayton Peace Agreement, which ended the war in Bosnia (1992-1995).”(N1)