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    Analysis: OHR claims that state constitution, state laws and rulings of the Constitutional court of BiH do not obligate entities to respect them and implement them

Analysis: OHR claims that state constitution, state laws and rulings of the Constitutional court of BiH do not obligate entities to respect them and implement them

The Institute for Social and Political Research (IDPI) from Mostar published its analysis on High Representative’s attempts to change the constitutional and legal order in Bosnia and Herzegovina. You can

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    Basic Principles, Models and Proposals for BiH Election Law Reform

Basic Principles, Models and Proposals for BiH Election Law Reform

IDPI (Institute for Social and Political Research) has developed basic principles to guide the electoral reform process in Bosnia & Herzegovina (BiH). These principles were formulated in line with the

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    Strengthening of the role of European Union and Germany in Bosnia and Herzegovina – continuity of the reforms in wrong direction or U-turn in accordance with the European Parliament Resolution?

Strengthening of the role of European Union and Germany in Bosnia and Herzegovina – continuity of the reforms in wrong direction or U-turn in accordance with the European Parliament Resolution?

Rise of the EU and German interest for the Balkans and Bosnia and Herzegovina got confirmed by German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s personal initiative on appointing the Balkans leaders’ meeting on 28th of August in Berlin. The meeting should be seen in the context of regional cooperation increase and strengthened European integration.

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Three Federal Units for Three Political Communities – Exit Strategy of the International Crisis Group (ICG) from Bosnia and Herzegovina

  Three Federal Units for Three Political Communities – Exit Strategy of the International Crisis Group (ICG) from Bosnia and Herzegovina

In its newest and at the same time the last report dedicated to Bosnia and Herzegovina topics, International Crisis Group (ICG) analyzes the social and political problems of Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) in the manner based on the completely opposite values and theoretical presumptions than before.

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Attempts to Relativize the European Parliament Resolution on Bosnia and Herzegovina, or Who is Responsible for Non-Implementation of the ruling “Sejdić-Finci”

  Attempts to Relativize the European Parliament Resolution on Bosnia and Herzegovina, or Who is Responsible for Non-Implementation of the ruling “Sejdić-Finci”

European Parliament, the supreme legislative body of the European Union, adopted 6th of the February 2014 the Resolution on the 2013 progress report on Bosnia and Herzegovina. This Resolution contains several clear and undoubtful positions and statements which, even at the brief reading, significantly differ from the usual political rhetoric and practice of the “International Community” representatives.

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European Parliament Resolution on Bosnia and Herzegovina

  European Parliament Resolution on Bosnia and Herzegovina

European Parliament resolution of 6 February 2014 on the 2013 progress report on Bosnia and Herzegovina

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Protests in the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina: Civic, Social or Something Third?

  Protests in the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina: Civic, Social or Something Third?

Protests which last winter were drawing the public attention in Bosnia and Herzegovina (BH), but also abroad, acquired many different connotations within the short time, which caused numerous contradictory and confuse interpretations, primarily in the sense of the protests’ nature, causes, key actors, but also the possible and expected changes they could produce. However, after the first fires burned down and the dust settled down, the picture of the events becomes more and clearer, together with the related facts.

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Principles Agreed in Brussels

  Principles Agreed in Brussels

Seven leaders of the main political parties in Bosnia and Herzegovina attended the meeting on Brussels 1st October 2013, where they agreed and signed the seven principles for acheiving progress in implementation of the rulling “Sejdić-Finci” of the European Court for Human Rights. We are presenting those 7 principles.

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