The leader of the Serbian radical party Vojislav šešelj demanded that the International criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) compensation of €14 million, informs bi-Bi-si.
Earlier, Seselj repeatedly demanded compensation from the ICTY. In July 2014, in particular, he sent a request to 57 pages on compensation for “suffered actual damages due to the unfounded conclusion, that is, deprivation of liberty”. Then he estimated the damage at €12 million Request was not successful.
Earlier Thursday, the ICTY is the UN — recognized Seselj is innocent of war crimes and crimes against humanity during the armed conflict in the Balkans between 1991 and 1993. The Tribunal decided that šešelj is not personally responsible for the crimes. He denied all charges.
Independently šešelj surrendered to the Hague Tribunal in 2003. The trial began in 2007. According to prosecutors, during the wars in Bosnia and Croatia that followed the dissolution of Yugoslavia, he organized ethnic cleansing.