Bosnien und Herzegowina
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(OSCE Long-Term Missions)
Office of the High Representative (Sonstige)
EU Force in Bosnia and Herzegovina (EU)
Vote count almost over from Bosnia's election (20.10.2014)
Based on around 95 per cent of votes counted, the three members of Bosnia's State Presidency will be Bakir Izetbegovic - for the Bosniaks, Dragan Covic - for the Croats, and Mladen Ivanic - for the Serbs.
Bosnia ethnic divide 'key factor' in election - OSCE (13.10.2014)
Bosnia-Herzegovina's general election was hampered by ethnic divisions and a failure to move beyond the 1995 Dayton peace deal, observers say. The remarks by European watchdog OSCE came as nationalist candidates from all three ethnic groups won the race for Bosnia's tripartite presidency.
Insults fly ahead of Sunday's vote in Bosnia (09.10.2014)
Accusations of incompetence, corruption and mafia ties, as well as personal insults, have characterised the raucous campaign ahead of Bosnia's general election on Sunday.
Karadžic made the dramatic claim at the end of a five-year trial for genocide and crimes against humanity in The Hague. … Karadžic is expected to complete his closing statement on Thursday. A verdict and sentence is expected next year.
Bosnia Federation 'wasted' four years, report says (25.09.2014)
The government of Bosnia's Federation entity lost most of the last four years in a series of political crises, with little focus on improving matters, a report by an NGO says.
Moore, a career member of the U.S. Senior Foreign Service, has extensive experience in the Western Balkans and Eastern Europe.
The mission is led by Corien Jonker and consists of 11 experts based in Sarajevo and 20 long-term observers to be deployed across the country. In addition, ODIHR will request 300 short-term observers to monitor election day proceedings.