Agence France-PresseApril 26, 2013 14:46
The top leader of one of Bosnia's two semi-autonomous entities, the Muslim-Croat federation, and 18 other people were arrested on Friday in a wide anti-corruption probe, judicial sources said.
Zivko Budimir, Bosnian Croat president of the Muslim-Croat federation which together with Serb-run Republika Srpska make up post-war Bosnia, was arrested in the action, prosecutor's spokesman Boris Grubesic said.
"Nineteen people were arrested in this operation. We can confirm the arrest of Budimir," Grubesic said.