MAY 20 2009 13:51h
The condition for serving his prison term is for the provisions of the agreement between Croatian and BH cabinets to be erased.
This would be possible when a provision from the interstate agreement between the Croatian and Bosnia-Herzegovinian governments was erased, according to which a sentence passed in one country can be served in a different only if the sentenced person agrees.
Legal experts of the two governments have agreed as Branimir Glavas escaped, to immediately erase this provision. The Globus weekly finds out that Croatian Justice Minister Ivan Simonovic might visit Sarajevo this week and sign a decree for this provision to be erased at a meeting with colleagues from Bosnia-Herzegovina. Supposedly, this is the final option the Croatian and BH authorities count on in the Glavas case.
Croatian jurisdiction and the police found out about Glavas` dual citizenship last autumn, when he received Bosnia-Herzegovinian citizenship documents, a source of the Globus weekly claims.
Branimir Glavas was found guilty for the deaths of Serbian civilians in Osijek and was sentenced to ten years in prison by the Zagreb County Court in an invalid verdict.