In a telephone conversation, the accused revealed the identity of a witness who has been protected on the basis of orders issued by several trial chambers, as he is expected to testify in several trials
Former leader of the Serbian Radicals is opposed to the motion to join the indictments and to try him jointly with Jovica Stanisic, Franko Simatovic and Milan Martic. His reasons are that he has "always been in conflict" with Stanisic and Simatovic and does not have "anything in common" with Martic
On the basis of new evidence, the prosecution seeks leave to amend the indictment against Vojislav Seselj, including new allegations of crimes committed by Seselj's men in the wider regions of Sarajevo, Bijeljina, Mostar and Nevesinje.
Vojislav Seselj may file his specific requests pertaining to the disclosure of documents only in writing, the pre-trial judge decides. A video recording of Seselj's interview in English is shown at his status conference
The Appeals Chamber overturns the decision of the Trial Chamber granting the motion filed by Vojislav Seselj in which he challenged the jurisdiction of the Tribunal over crimes against humanity committed in Vojvodina in 1992, as alleged in the indictment against the leader of the Serb Radical Party
The motion states that "there is not even a theoretical possibility" that the accused might pose a threat to victims since, simply, "there is not a single victim" that Seselj could be held responsible for.
When Vojislav Seselj reaffirmed at a status conference his adherence to the "creation of Greater Serbia" along well-known lines, the judge interrupted him, advising him to "ponder in the silence of his cell" the so-called non-disputed facts presented by the prosecution.