CCPR/C/112/D/2068/2011 Annex Decision of the Human Rights Committee under the Optional Protocol to the International Covenant on Civil and Political rights (112th session) concerning Communication No. 2068/2011* Submitted by: Milan Vojnović Alleged victims: The author State party: Croatia Date of communications: 21 March 2011 (initial submission) The Human Rights Committee, established under article 28 of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, Meeting on 30 October 2014, Having concluded its consideration of communication No. 2068/2011, submitted to the Human Rights Committee by Milan Vojnović under the Optional Protocol to the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, Having taken into account all written information made available to it by the author of the communication and the State party, Adopts the following: Decision on admissibility 1. The author of the communication is Milan Vojnović, a Croatian citizen of Serb origin, born in 1968. He claims to be a victim of violations by Croatia of his rights under article 2, paragraphs 1 and 3 (b); article 7; article 9, paragraph 1; article 12, paragraph 4; article 14, paragraph 1; article 17; and article 26 of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights. The Optional Protocol entered into force for the State party on 12 January 1996. The author is not represented by counsel. The facts as submitted by the author 2.1 On 14 May 1991, the author was stopped on the street in Zagreb by two police officers and a member of the paramilitary forces, Zbor Narodne Garde. They asked him for his identity card and addressed him in an impolite manner. After showing his identity card, he was hit on the head while being escorted to a police car and was brought to a police * 2 The following members of the Committee participated in the examination of the present communication: Yadh Ben Achour, Lazhari Bouzid, Christine Chanet, Ahmed Amin Fathalla, Yuji Iwasawa, Walter Kälin, Gerald L. Neuman, Sir Nigel Rodley, Fabían Omar Salvioli, Dheerujlall B. Seetulsingh, Anja Seibert-Fohr, Yuval Shany, Konstantine Vardelashvili, Margo Waterval and Andrei Paul Zlătescu.