The Bosnian government acts?
On 14 December 2006, the Bosnian caretaker government finally decided to take matters in its own hands. It passed a "Decision on the establishment of a Commission to review individual cases of decertified police officers who have initiated court proceedings before the courts of Bosnia and Herzegovina".
"In the legal vacuum that has been created, we have to act.[…] We don't want to reopen IPTF decisions, we only want to, and must, extend the guarantees of the European Convention on Human Rights to our citizens because our legislation requires us to do so. […] It is unacceptable that the policemen have been kept in limbo for more than four years, and that nothing has been done to help them."
Human Rights Minister Mirsad Kebo, 2 February 2007