(E) What are the legal consequences if you call an inocent man a war criminal?
What are the legal consequences if you call an innocent man a war criminal?
Solana: EU's Decision on Croatia Depends on UN By Cihan News Agency Published: Monday 11, 2005 zaman.com
The European Union (EU) will decide according to the United Nations (UN) Criminal Tribunal decision about Zagreb according to the Union's High Representative for the Common Foreign and Security Policy (CFSP) Javier Solana.
Solana in an interview to a Croatian newspaper, Jutarnji List, said: "EU members will make the final decision. But most of the information that will shape the decision will came from the UN court."
The EU had delayed the start of accession negotiations with Croatia due to its failure to surrender the war criminal (?????) from Zagreb, General Ante Gotovina to the UN Criminal Tribunal in The Hague. A research group composed of Solana, EU diplomats, the term president from Luxembourg, the EU Commission, and the upcoming term presidents from Britain as well as Austria will determine if Croatians have conducted a sufficient search to catch Gotovina.