Capital punishment in Bosnia and Herzegovina

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Capital punishment in Bosnia and Herzegovina was abolished de-facto for all crimes in November 1998 in the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina (last execution though to be carried there out in 1977 for murder) and on June 21, 2000 in the Republika Srpska. The death penalty still remains present in statutes, specifically in Article 11 of Republika Srpska, but the current constitution forbids it from being carried out.

Executions since 1959

Source: SPSK Database

Executed person Gender Date of sentence Date of execution Place of execution Crime Method
Mijo Radoš Male 1960 1960 Doboj war crimes firing squad
Ivan Tomić Male 1961 1961 Tuzla
Samid Istić Male 1962 1962 Brčko murder of a policemen
Suljo Hrnić Male 1963 1963 Travnik double murder
Milojko Arizanović Male 1968 4 December 1968 Sarajevo double murder
Đuro Horvat Male 21 December 1972 17 March 1973 Sarajevo terrorism
Mirko Vlasnović Male
Vejsil Keškić Male
Dragomir Bajčeta Male 3 April 1972 August 1973[1] Sarajevo murder
Višnja Pavlović Female
Dušan Prodić Male 8 September 1976 1977 Doboj murder

References

  1. ^ "Kako su strijeljane Brunine ubice Tekst je izvorno objavljen na portalu www.Zenicablog.com. Prenošenje dozvoljeno samo uz pismenu dozvolu". Zenicablog Arhiva. 2 May 2014. Retrieved 18 April 2018.
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