Босна и Херцеговина између захтева међународне заједнице и нејединства домаћих актера
Author(s): Dragan Đukanović, Ana Jović-Lazić
Bosnia and Herzegovina between Demands of the International Community and Disunity of Local Political Protagonists
Subject(s): Politics / Political Sciences
Published by: Nova srpska politička misao
Keywords: Bosnia and Herzegovina; Dayton Agreement; Constitution; Bosniaks; Croats; Serbs; international community; USA; EU; NATO.
Summary/Abstract: The authors point to numerous problems accompanying constitutional reforms in Bosnia and Herzegovina. In that respect, they also focus on different views on the country’s future expressed by the political elites of all three nations - i.e. Bosniaks, Croats and Serbs - as well as on the failure of the international community representatives to bring their attitudes into accord and present them to all political protagonists in Bosnia and Herzegovina. A particular emphasis was given to the proposals of the EU and USA regarding changes and amendments of Bosnian constitution given during the Butmir Process (2009). Starting with the fact that next general election in Bosnia and Herzegovina will be held in October 2010, the authors conclude that there will be no political consensus regarding the constitutional changes.
- Issue Year: 18/2010
- Issue No: 03+04
- Page Range: 63-74
- Page Count: 12
- Language: Serbian