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As of today, Bosnia and Herzegovina prohibits by law the denial of the Srebrenica genocide, imprisonment is envisaged
Bosnia and Herzegovina from today prohibits by law the denial of the Srebrenica genocide, after the amendments to the Criminal Code by the high representatives of the international community, Valentin Inzko.
All those individuals who violate this law of the Criminal Code are also provided with prison sentences ranging from 3 months to 5 years of imprisonment.
Inzko's decision, published on July 23rd, provoked strong reactions from Republika Srpska, a Serb-majority entity in Bosnia.
Serbian member of the tripartite presidency, Milorad Dodik, warned that Bosnia and Herzegovina could be dissolved and launched a petition not to accept these changes to the Criminal Code. He denied that genocide had taken place in Srebrenica, Bosnia.
During the 1990s war, Serbian military forces killed about 8,000 Muslim men and boys in Srebrenica. The killings were recognized as genocide by the International Court of Justice in The Hague.