NONGOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS WON THE LAWSUIT AGAINST THE FEDERAL MINISTRY OF ENVIRONMENT AND TOURISM

The Cantonal Court in Sarajevo revoked the environmental permit for the construction of two mini hydropower plants on the Buna canals, a natural phenomenon on the Neretva river. The procedure must be carried out again due to irregularities in issuing and ignoring the facts that environmental organizations pointed out in the process.

Acting on the lawsuit of the Environmental organization “Majski cvijet” Buna and the Youth Club “Novi val” Blagaj, that was filed against the Federal Ministry of Environment and Tourism, the Cantonal Court in Sarajevo ruled that the lawsuit is upheld, i.e. the disputed decision annulled and the case returned for retrial.

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