Bosna i Hercegovina u procesu ispunjavanja političkih kriterija iz Kopenhagena: napredak ili stagnacija?
Author(s): Dženeta Omerdić
Bosnia and Herzegovina in the Process of Fullfiling of the Copenhagen’s Political Criteria: Progress or Stagnation?
Subject(s): EU-Accession / EU-DEvelopment, EU-Legislation
Published by: Centar za društvena istraživanja
Keywords: Political criteria from Copenhagen; Bosnia and Herzegovina; democracy; the rule of law; reform agenda;
Summary/Abstract: The task of state authorities is to enable, within its competencies, full and effective implementation of the principle of the rule of law, and to allow all individuals to participate in process of creation and achievement of human rights and fundamental freedoms. In connection to aforementioned, and according to the political criteria adopted in Copenhagen in June 1993, the paper analyzes status of Bosnia and Herzegovina in the European integration process. Special emphasis is placed on the analysis of the institutions of Bosnia and Herzegovina and their normative, professional and infrastructural readiness (and ability) to guarantee the implementation of fundamental democratic principles. Furthermore, the paper analyzes the measures that have been announced in the adopted reform agenda for Bosnia and Herzegovina 2015-2018, which are primarily related to the implementation of the principle of the rule of law and to the process of good governance.
- Issue Year: 2/2015
- Issue No: 2
- Page Range: 27-47
- Page Count: 21
- Language: Bosnian