Chief state attorney Dražen Jelenić presented a report on the work of the state attorney's office for 2018 to parliament's Judiciary committee today.
Speaking to reporters he commented on the processing of war crimes and demands by the Association of Disabled Croatian Homeland War Veterans (HVIDRA) as well as investigations related to Independent Democratic Serb Party leader Milorad Pupovac.
“We work on filed criminal charges. If someone filed a criminal charge, believing that in this interview or that one, or in any newspaper article, there is suspicion of a criminal act, then the State Attorney's Office works on this. I can accept that someone expects the State Attorney's Office to work faster, even though I believe on the average, and that is contained in this report, the State Attorney's Office works very fast. Work is constantly being done on war crimes, and I repeat there is not a single criminal charge, filed by the police that was preceded by finding the perpetrator and a criminal investigation, that is not being worked on,” said Chief State Attorney Dražen Jelenić.
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