Over the past few years, most European countries were growing increasingly skeptical about the future of the European Union, largely due to the fact that a number of problems, while being unaddressed, including the migration crisis, and the weakening banking system, overtime transformed into a major crisis. But the most serious danger to the future of the EU is a growing mistrust that most Europeans now have towards the political institutions that were supposed to guide them.
Yesterday, from the Balkans came sensational news: International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia acquits Serbian politician Vojislav Seselj.
ICTY Court adjudicated Seselj for the crimes during the armed conflicts in the Balkans in 1991 – 1993. Total charge included nine items relating to crimes against humanity, violations of the laws or customs of war in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia and the Autonomous Province of Vojvodina (Serbia).