How many times have you heard that someone from your environment has a problem that, according to the wording of the law, should be solved by members of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Republika Srpska? Very often, citizens who find themselves in this situation and turn to the Ministry of the Interior encounter the arrogance and reluctance of members of the police. And if you have a problem with a powerful person, a tycoon or anyone in the system of government, even if they were lower-ranking officials, it is almost certain that the police will either ignore your problem or do everything to turn you from the injured party into a defendant.

A classic example of this behavior of the Ministry of the Interior is the case of the murder of David Dragicevic, where David’s parents found themselves on the indictment bench instead of watching their son’s killers on it. The Ministry of the Interior did not stop at the persecution of the victim’s parents, so about fifty activists and citizens who supported David’s parents in any way were on the dock. Many would say that this situation is absurd. However, this is a rule and not an exception.

It is also devastating that citizens who find themselves in front of a wall called the Ministry of the Interior very often turn to the citizens’ association Put Pravde for help, asking for advice, help or protection. Our ability to provide assistance is limited. And this phenomenon only speaks about the situation in the Ministry of the Interior and how much the citizens in Justice see for David a future and strength that will bring justice and fairness.

The citizens’ association Put Pravde will continue with the realization of its projects in the next period, which are aimed at the final solution of the murder of David Dragicevic.

Once again, we would like to inform the citizens of Banja Luka, as well as everyone who comes to Banja Luka, that by April 7th. 2021 in the square I can see and visit the heart of David which has become a symbol of our city and a symbol of the struggle for human rights

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