The Síndic travels to Bosnia-Herzegovina with a Catalan Parliament delegation


The Síndic de Greuges-Catalan Ombudsman, Rafael Ribó, accompanied by members of his team, recently visited Bosnia-Herzegovina with a Catalan Parliament delegation to show the MP’s some of the co-operation projects the Síndic has been working on in the area, as well as the institutions and reality of the country. Over this five day trip to Bosnia, the Catalan delegation will hold meetings with different ombudsmen, like the Ombudsman of the Srpska Republic and the Ombudsman of the Bosnia-Herzegovina Federation, the two territorial bodies making up the Bosnian state. He will also meet the Bosnia-Herzegovina State Ombudsman, some town mayors, as well as some representatives of the Spanish diplomatic corps and Army. During his stay, the Síndic will also sign collaboration agreements between the ombudsman institutions and the General Council of the Judiciary and Public Prosecutor offices of Bosnia-Herzegovina, within the framework of the Sindic Co-operation Programme, largely supported by the Catalan Agency for Development Cooperation. The Catalan Parliament's delegation consists of an MP from each party and an attorney.