Suljagic: Ever more massive turnout for Srebrenica registration
Despite the daily violations of human rights and discrimination against citizens of Srebrenica of non-Serbian nationality, and the daily pressures and obstructions of entity institutions that our activists face, the registration campaign continues full steam ahead.
Every day, a great number of people who lived in Srebrenica before the war, who survived the war and genocide from 1992 to 1995 in Srebrenica, and citizens of BiH who have no direct link to Srebrenica but wish, in accordance with the Constitution and laws of this
country, to use their voting right in Srebrenica, knock on our door, the coordinator of the I Will Vote for Srebrenica campaign, Emir Suljagic, told Fena.
He says that this shows that Srebrenica after 11 July is not empty and that the citizens of BiH will not forget Srebrenica.
Suljagic emphasizes that citizens have shown their determination despite the international community that has, with rare exceptions like 1995, quietly observed violations of the Constitution and laws of BiH, and human rights of citizens of Srebrenica.
"The embodiment of this relationship of the international community and the behavior of the OSCE who observe the discrimination and repression calmly as it is exerted on our activists and the citizens of Srebrenica carried out by the Interior Ministry and Republika Srpska Police," Suljagic says, concluding that the citizens of BiH have shown that the only response to repression is this massive registration.