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Bosnia chief prosecutor cries foul after suspension


SARAJEVO (Reuters) - Bosnia's chief prosecutor was suspended from office on Wednesday, a move he dismissed as a plot to derail a sensitive investigation he was conducting into an illegal referendum in the autonomous Bosnian Serb region.

The country's judicial council said Goran Salihovic would be suspended while it looked into allegations he had obstructed inquiries and interfered with judges and prosecutors' work, without giving details on which work had been obstructed.

   

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