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A medical examining room at the ICTY (Photo: Flickr/ICTY)
21 April 2015 by Stephanie van den Berg, Belgrade (Serbia)

The on-going controversy over the provisional release of Serbian ultra nationalist Vojislav Seselj [IJT-179] from the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) has recast the spotlight on how courts deal with ailing accused. It also begets a fundamental question: what determines if someone is fit to stand trial?

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01 June 2001 by -

Commander of the Second Operational Group (JNA)

Pavle Strugar is accused of violations of the laws or customs of war by the International Criminal Tribunal for Former Yugoslavia. ı /B>

  • Pavle Strugar was born on 13 July 1933, in Pec, Kosovo, Serbia.
  • In October 1991, Pavle Strugar was named as the Commander of the Second Operational Group which was formed by JNA to conduct the military campaign against the Dubrovnik region of Croatia.

Proceeding

Pavle Strugar