Bosnia and Herzegovina entered its official pre-election campaign period on Friday, ahead of parliamentary and presidential elections that will be held on October 7.
A total of 3,352,933 registered voters may choose between 53 parties, 36 coalitions, and 34 independent candidates that have been confirmed as eligible to run by Bosnia's Central Election Commission.
Marijan Benes died on Tuesday at the age of 67 in Banja Luka, the main town in Bosnia's Serb-dominated entity of Republika Srpska.
Born in the Serbian capital Belgrade, Benes was known as one of the best boxers in Yugoslav history.
He won nine titles in Bosnia, four Yugoslav titles and a number of other competitions during his amateur career.
Flowers were laid at a ceremony to commemorate 43 people who were killed in August 1995 when Bosnian Serb forces shelled the Markale market in Sarajevo.