Good editorial about Seselj and Glavas's hunger strikes:
For those who are more familiar with the legal aspects, can at anytime the OTP, or whoever the proper authorities are, intervene and force the men to be fed via a tube? (If it comes to that point).
If anyone cares (and I'm assuming some do not ;) ), more articles on Seselj and his hunger strike:
Seselj moved to hospital as protective measure
UN will intervene in Seselj's hunger strike if necessary
Well that was quick, according to an ICTY spokesman, the tribunal will not interfere in Seselj's hunger strike-and will not force feed him.