Vojislav Seselj is acquitted of responsibility for crimes in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia and Vojvodina against non-Serb population in the beginning of 90ies. This has provoked fierce reaction of the war affected population and families of victims.
Regional and world analysts have evaluated the acquittal of Seselj, who encouraged crimes, as the ultimate scandal of The Hague Tribunal.
An analyst from Banja Luka, Srdjan Puhalo said that the acquittal of Seselj sends a clear message to the future criminals that it is acceptable to commit crimes, and the only thing that matters is hiding the evidence.
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