Monthly Archives: June 2014

ICMP Welcomes the Adoption for Preconditions to Establish a Legal and Forensic Medicine Institute in FBIH

The International Commission on Missing Persons (ICMP) applauds the adoption of necessary preconditions for the establishment of an Institute of Legal and Forensic Medicine of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina (FBiH) at yesterday’s session of the House of Representatives (HoR) of the FBIH Parliament. The House of Representatives delegates yesterday adopted amendments to the Law on Ministries of the FBiH and Governing Bodies of FBiH in an abbreviated procedure concerning the establishment of the FBIH Institute for the Legal and Forensic Medicine.

“By adopting amendments to the law at its next session, the FBiH House of Peoples will effectively establish the Institute of Legal and Forensic Medicine. It will be an independent and professional institution that will help safeguard the integrity of forensic analysis and evidence, as well as ensure education, standardization and quality assurance of court medicine experts,” said Klaudia Kuljuh, Chief of Office of the ICMP Western…