Delo: Geneva Nightmare
Ljubljana, 22 October - Now that Croatian political and military authorities in Bosnia-Herzegovina have accused Ganić and Halilović of the coup d'etat in Sarajevo, President Izetbegović's control of Muslims has been called into question, writes Peter Potočnik in today's Delo. Even though Croatians brandish the dossier ostensibly proving that Halilović, the commander of military forces in Bosnia-Herzegovina, was an agent of the YPA's secret service, and point to Ganić's pro-Yugoslav tendencies, Potočnik rules out Milošević's regime as the alleged architect of the coup d'etat.
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