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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Hague prosecutor: Balkan states cooperating poorly on war cases (18.12.2019)

Prosecutors in ex-Yugoslav countries are not doing enough to cooperate to ensure war crimes suspects are brought to trial, said Serge Brammertz, chief prosecutor at the UN court in The Hague.

Bosnian judiciary under pressure after critical European report (06.12.2019)

Bosnia’s judicial overseer, the High Judicial and Prosecutorial Council, must be reformed, experts argued after a report for the European Commission said the country’s judiciary was in crisis and unable to cope with serious crime and corruption cases.

Bosnian prosecutors struggle to tackle backlog of war cases (28.11.2019)

The transfer of less serious war crimes cases from Bosnia’s state-level prosecution to lower-level prosecutors was supposed to speed up the processing of major cases - but plans to make this happen have not been fulfilled.

Bosnian leaders break 13-month deadlock with nomination of prime minister (19.11.2019)

Some 13 months after a general election, Bosnia-Herzegovina's tripartite presidency has broken a deadlock with the nomination of economist Zoran Tegeltija as the prime minister-designate.

Bosnian Serb parliament moves to reject powers of High Representative (12.11.2019)

The parliament of Bosnia's ethnic Serb entity, Republika Srpska, has approved nonbinding resolutions rejecting the so-called "Bonn Powers" of the international community's top civilian official in Bosnia-Herzegovina and calling for a referendum on Bosnia's NATO accession.

International community urged to deliver on promise for better future for BiH (05.11.2019)

Current trends and public pronouncements by some political leaders in Bosnia and Herzegovina indicate an effort to roll back reforms implemented since the end of the Balkan wars two decades ago, the UN Security Council heard on Tuesday.

European Court orders Bosnia to hold first Mostar election since 2008 (29.10.2019)

The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) has condemned Bosnia-Herzegovina for its failure to hold municipal elections in the ethnically divided city of Mostar for more than a decade over a legal issue. The Strasbourg court’s ruling on October 29 came in response to a suit filed by a Mostar...

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