Ljubljana, 25 August - The clash between Bosnian Serb President Biljana Plavsic, who is trying to follow the Dayton accord line and is therefore backed up by the West, and the hardliners loyal to Karadzic, is a mere reflection of a crisis of the establishment responsible for the war which is now trying hard to wash its dirty linen; on the other hand, it shows West's strong intentions to bring indicted war criminals, Karadzic and Mladic in particular, to justice, the Monday issue of Delo writes.
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