The process of the former commander of Bosnian Serb forces of Ratko Mladic, accused of, among others of genocide, would begin on 27 March next year - The United Nations announced on Thursday the tribunal for war crimes in former Yugoslavia.
- The Board has, at this stage to emphasize the word "counts", the pre-trial meeting on 26 March and the statements of the prosecutor and defense at the hearing, March 27 - Judge Alphons Orie declared.
Mladic lawyer, Branko Lukic expressed concern that the defense will not be ready to begin the process at this time.
Mladic due to illness did not appear in court Nov. 10 at a meeting on preparation for his trial. The indictment against him contains 11 charges, including participation in genocide during the massacre of nearly eight thousand. Muslims in Srebrenica in July 1995 during the war in Bosnia and Herzegovina in 1992-1995.
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