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The Earley Edition has officially moved to My dot com, that is. Thanks for joining me.

Monday, September 20, 2004

Make up your mind

Serb Prime Minister Vojislav Kostunica at a convention about corruption in the Serbian judicial system said it was seen, internationally, as corrupt, ineffective and slow-moving. So what did he do? Said criteria to appoint judges would be made more stringent in order to fight corruption within the judicial system..
Criteria stepped-up for judges

Yet only the day before he argued the four former police and army generals wanted by the UN war crimes tribunal should be tried in Serbian courts, not sent to the Hague. Last line?
Kostunica claims that pro-democracy reforms, launched in Serbia after Milosevic's ouster in 2000, have brought competence and integrity to Serbian courts.
Kostunica wants generals tried at home

Corruption, competence and integrity....they're pretty much the same thing right? Idiot.

the earley edition - Posted by Dave @ 9/20/2004 09:43:00 am || || Return to Top