Bosnien und Herzegowina

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EUFOR Althea

EU Force in Bosnia and Herzegovina (EU)
Mandatiert seit: 07/04

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OSCE Mission to Bosnia and Herzegovina

(OSCE Long-Term Missions)
Mandatiert seit: 12/95

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Office of the High Representative (Sonstige)
Beginn: 12/95

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Serb nationalist takes helm of Bosnia's presidency (20.11.2018)

Serb nationalist Milorad Dodik has taken the helm of Bosnia-Herzegovina's three-part presidency, as the badly-riven Balkan country inaugurated a new leadership following general elections last month.

Nationalist parties win parliamentary election (08.10.2018)

Croat, Muslim and Serb nationalist parties will dominate Bosnia's complex government in the next four years. Pro-Russia Serb nationalist leader Milorad Dodik has won a seat in the country's three-member presidency. … With the legislature poised to be split down ethnic lines, the result could hamper...

Observers gather in Bosnia to scrutinise elections (02.10.2018)

Thousands of accredited observers will be monitoring Bosnia's October elections – after a campaign overshadowed by numerous allegations of fraud and manipulation.

Republika Srpska seeks to establish truth about Srebrenica (20.08.2018)

The RS Government has decided to form an independent international commission on the events in and around Srebrenica in the period from 1992-1995

Bosnian Serbs seek same UN status as Kosovo (03.08.2018)

Milorad Dodik says Republika Srpska will demand a UN seat if Kosovo gets one – adding that Kosovo’s partition should also be up for discussion.

Solution proposed to resolve Bosnian electoral law crisis (19.06.2018)

Five political parties proposed changes to Bosnian electoral law to avoid an institutional crisis scenario in which October’s general elections go ahead without any legal basis for electing the Federation entity parliament’s upper chamber.

US Congress warned of Bosnian post-election crisis (19.04.2018)

Bosnia and Herzegovina is facing its most serious challenges since the 1990s and the failure of electoral reforms could create a prolonged post-election crisis, a State Department official warned the US Congress.