The Hague Tribunal acquitted Serbian nationalist Vojislav Seselj

The leader of the Serbian radical party, Vojislav šešelj is recognized by the International criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) acquitted them of war crimes and crimes against humanity during the armed conflict in the Balkans in 1991-1993, informs bi-Bi-si.

The Tribunal, which the UN recognized that šešelj is not personally responsible for the crimes. He denied all charges.

“Vojislav šešelj is now a free man,” said the President of the court Jean-Claude Antonetti.

In November 2014, Seselj was released back in Belgrade on a state of health, he was diagnosed with cancer. Before, yet heard a case concerning his involvement in the crimes he had been imprisoned for more than ten years.

Šešelj was a close associate of Slobodan Milosevic, Serbian President who died in prison in the Hague in 2006.