The former president of the Republic of Srpska Radovan Karadžić has demanded of the Hague Tribunal, which has charged him with war crimes in BIH from 1992 to 1995, to grant him new trial as he assessed the present one unfair due to numerous failures on the Prosecution’s part to show evidence. Before the beginning of the trial in 2009, the Prosecution forwarded 1,625 testimonies or witnesses’ statements to Karadžić, on 224,448 pages, but has failed to forward him another 406 such documents. In a submission to the Hague Tribunal, Karadžić emphasized the evidence that has not been sent forms 25% of the total evidence material. He stressed such omissions had been made in the course of the trial as well and that the trial chamber had 58 times pointed to the fact that the Prosecution had not met their obligations. The extent of such failures are without precedent in the history of the international criminal law, said Karadžić.