Bosnia and Herzegovina on Dec. 23 formed a new government 14 months after general elections in October 2018.
Receiving a vote of confidence in the House of Representatives, the new government was formed by the country's largest Bosniak, Serb and Croat parties, who agreed to form the government last month.
The parliament of Kosovo has approved Ramush Haradinaj as new prime minister. The 120-seat parliament endorsed Haradinaj's appointment on September 9 with 61 votes in favor and one abstention. Opposition members boycotted the vote.
The parliament also approved Haradinaj's cabinet, with the main ethnic Serb party, Sprska Lista, backing the new prime minister.
The Bosnia Parliament is expected to vote on Thursday over the opposition-proposed dismissal of Foreign Minister Zlatko Lagumdzija and the Defence Minister Zekerijah Osmic.
The Central Election Commission on Thursday announced its final tally which closely resembled the preliminary figures from the June 8 national polls that gave the lead to Hashim Thaci’s ruling Democratic Party of Kosovo, PDK.
Two Serb parties to have seats in parliament in Skopje
SKOPJE -- Two parties representing ethnic Serbs in Macedonia will have deputies in the country's new parliament, elected on Sunday.
One of them - the Democratic Party of Serbs in Macedonia - "will almost certainly join the ruling majority," the Beta news agency is reporting.