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7 July 1950 |
Zvornik, SR Bosnia and Herzegovina, Yugoslavia
1992–95 Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina
|Service/branch||Army of the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina|
|Commands held||Commander of the 3rd Corps|
Hadžihasanović graduated from the military academy in Belgrade in 1973. He then was transferred to the military stations in Tuzla and Sarajevo. As captain first class he led the command in the military academy in Belgrade. After that school closed, he was given the rank of major and commanded the battalion of the military police of the 7th Army in 1988. After a while he was given the command of the 49th Motorized Brigade. That brigade was later transformed into a mechanized brigade; at the end of 1989 he was the commander of that brigade, with the rank of lieutenant colonel.
Military house confinement
After Enver quit the JNA, he joined the Territorial Defence Force of the Republic of Bosnia and Hercegovina (TO RBIH) of Bosnia. On 14 November 1992 Enver became the commander of the 3rd Corps of the Army of the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina (ARBIH). He held that position until 1 November 1993 when he became the exchange chief of staff of the high command of the ARBIH.
After the war
From 1996 to 2000, when he retired, Hadžihasanović was a member of the Chief of Staff of the Federation Army of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Hadzihasanović was found guilty for failing to prevent the death of a prisoner of war and cruel treatment, on the basis of superior criminal responsibility and sentenced to five years in prison. He appealed against the first-instance judgment and was released provisionally in June 2007 pending the judgement of the Appeals Chamber. On 22 April 2008 the Appeals Chamber reduced his sentence to 3½ years.