THE HAGUE – The UN war crimes tribunal MICT in The Hague, will bow Monday and Tuesday on the appeal in the case of Karadzic. The Icty sentenced Radovan Karadzic in 2016 to forty years in prison for crimes against humanity and genocide, including the genocide in Srebrenica in 1995. Both Karadzic if the prosecutor decided that ruling to fight.
Karadzic was the president and commander-in-chief of the armed forces in the so-called Serbian Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina. He knew after the Bosnian civil war thirteen years from the hands of justice to continue. Karadzic was in July 2008 on a bus in Belgrade arrested and then extradited to the tribunal. His trial at the Hague tribunal took years to complete.
Plaintiffs went in appeal because they found that Karadzic lifelong. Karadzic was, in turn, that he is not a fair trial has been given. He demanded acquittal or a new trial. Both the prosecutors as the former leader of the Bosnian Serbs this week their case advocate at the MICT.