Elections in Bosnia and foreign leaders

If you are in Bosnia these days and are not following what’s going on, you might be mistaken to think that presidential elections are occurring.

Candidate 1: Sarajevo, last weekend

Candidate 2: Banja Luka, last weekend
The good news is that there are no elections looming and neither Sanader nor Putin are running in them.

The bad news is that once more some are looking outside the country for help from other outsiders ruling the country.

In fact, the hysteria in RS and Serbia over Miroslav Ljacak’s imposition is out of proportion when reading the decision and actually remembering that in the past year more often than not, decisions were not taken in the Council of Minister of Bosnia due to the boycott of Bosniak members.

Never before have RS officials and Serbia react so hostile to any OHR decision over the past 12 years, suggesting that it is not really about the decision, but rather something to do with Kosovo.
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2 Responses to Elections in Bosnia and foreign leaders

  1. Oliveslav says:

    Wow… Putin? What have I been missing?

  2. Blogger says:

    yeah… they celebrate Putin, Russia, and failed countries of eastern block. Serbs are not pro-Western oriented, which is obvious from latest anti-Western demonstrations and Serbian terrorist act in which they burnt the United States Embassy in Belgrade.

    Visit Srebrenica Genocide Blog to learn more:
    http://srebrenica-genocide.blogspot.com

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