Bosnia and Herzegovina 2007

Bosnia and Herzegovina 2007

Europe
Yearbook 2007 Bosnia and Herzegovina. In January, Bosnian Legion Nikola ┼ápiric was commissioned to form a coalition government following the All-Bosnian parliamentary elections held in October. ┼ápiric's predominantly Bosnian Serbian Independent Social Democrats' party, SNSD, had made strong progress in the election. Parliament approved the new seven-party government in February. In the same month, the international community decided to extend its direct involvement in the rule of Bosnia and Herzegovina for one year from the end of the year, when the "High Representative's" mandate would otherwise have expired. The outside world had, through its envoy, supervised the country since the end of the war in 1995. The reason for the extension was that Bosnia and Herzegovina was considered too unstable and the ethnic contradictions overloaded to completely surrender to Bosnian…
Read More