Local Press Digest

SARAJEVO, May 2, 2000 (Rtr)

Moslem-Croat federation DNEVNI AVAZ

Ejup Ganic cannot remain the president of the federation and if he does not resign, the parliament will have to vote on it, said Alija Izetbegovic, the chairman of the state presidency and the head of the main Moslem SDA party.

The SDA's main board voted non-confidence to Ganic and three cantonal governors on Friday following worse-than-expected results in local polls last month.

Moslems should apologize to Serbs and Croats for war crimes they committed in Kazani and Grabovica, Izetbegovic told the Bosnian television over the weekend. - Mayday celebrated throughout Bosnia.

The three Bosnian pension funds should soon sign an agreement aimed at resolving all outstanding issues.

Pensions for December will be paid out after May 15.

The opposition New Croat Initiative said it would enter local-level alliances only with other opposition parties.

NATO-led peace force found in northwestern Bosnia remains of a U.S. F-16 fighter jet which was downed by Bosnian Serb forces in 1995. The pilot was eventually saved.

* Other newspapers in the federation were not published on Tuesday because of the Mayday.

Serb republic GLAS SRPSKI

The Bosnian Serb interior ministry said it has forwarded to the U.N. war crimes tribunal documents on crimes allegedly committed against Serbs in Sarajevo and other Moslem-controlled areas in 1992 and 1993.

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