Vlado Adamović, the lawyer of the Chief State Prosecutor Gordana Tadić, confirmed today for "Dnevni avaz" that he had filed an appeal against the decision of the First Instance Disciplinary Commission of the HJPC B&H by which Tadić was relieved of her duties.
Adamović told us that he filed the complaint three days ago and that it was in response to the Office of the Disciplinary Prosecutor (UDT B&H).
- After that, the whole procedure goes to the Second Instance Commission of the HJPC. I demanded that the measure of dismissal be revoked. Everything that the First Instance Commission published does not stand. In all reports, Serge Brammertz praised Gordana Tadić and the Prosecutor's Office of B&H, before the UN - Adamović told us.
TadiĆ was relieved of her duties, as stated in the decision of the First Instance Commission of the HJPC B&H, because she "committed disciplinary violations".
She was given a disciplinary measure "transfer from the position of Chief Prosecutor of the Prosecutor's Office of B&H to the position of Prosecutor of the Prosecutor's Office of B&H".
The Office of the Disciplinary Prosecutor (UDT) of the High Judicial and Prosecutorial Council of Bosnia and Herzegovina (HJPC B&H) filed disciplinary lawsuits against Gordana Tadić, Chief Prosecutor of the Prosecutor's Office of B&H, and Ranko Debevec, President of the Court of B&H, in early April. While Tadić was disciplined for much more lenient acts, Debevec, who hid his property in Spain for 14 years, "partied" with the suspects, was only publicly warned.