Three left-oriented political parties convened to discuss a government coalition in the Sarajevo Canton after the election held October 7, without the main Bosniak party that had the best election results in the Canton. Continue reading Left-Oriented Parties Start Sarajevo Canton Government Talks without the SDA
Campaigning for the October 7 elections in Bosnia officially started on Friday, although the political parties and candidates have been unofficially campaigning throughout the summer. Continue reading Election Campaign in Bosnia Officially Starts
Bosnian Croat politicians marked the 25th anniversary of the establishment of a breakaway statelet in Bosnia during the 1992-95 war. The anniversary was marked with a ceremony in Mostar, the designated capital of the Bosnian Croat republic that was dissolved in 1996. Continue reading Bosnian Croats Mark the Anniversary of Wartime Statelet
A national energy strategy, discussed by the Bosnian Council of Ministers this week, is less of a strategy and more of a wish list of the government and the energy lobby, said Bosnian organizations of environment activists. Continue reading Government’s Strategy Is a “Wish List” of the Energy Lobby, Environment Activists Say
Missions of the European Union and the OSCE and the United States Embassy to Bosnia urged the national government to adopt the revised National War Crimes Processing Strategy without delay.
Chairman of Bosnia’s collective head of state told a NATO summit in Brussels, Belgium that the country intends to boost support for the coalition mission to Afghanistan. Continue reading Presidency Chairman Says Bosnia Eyes Bigger Role in Afghanistan
The international peace overseer in Bosnia called for legal action against a senior Bosnian Serb official for a “hurtful” and “threatening” tweet one day before the commemoration of the 23rd anniversary of genocide at Srebrenica, eastern Bosnia. Continue reading Peace Overseer Urges Legal Action against Politician Threatening Genocide