Chairmen of the Presidency of Bosnia and Herzegovina

Ivanic, Vukicevic discuss common priorities for BiH, Serbia

SARAJEVO - Political stability in Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) is an important precondition for general political stability in the region, the Chairman of the Bosnia and Herzegovina Presidency Mladen Ivanic and Serbian Ambassador to Bosnia and Herzegovina Stanimir Vukicevic said in Sarajevo on Wednesday.

Croat presidency member argues in favor of "federalization"

Croat presidency member argues in favor of "federalization"

SARAJEVO -- Federalization of Bosnia-Herzegovina is necessary because the current situation is untenable, Dragan Čović has said.

Čović heads the Croatian Democratic Alliance in Bosnia (HDZ BiH) and was earlier this month elected to the Bosnian tripartite Presidency as the Croat representative....

Bosnia Election Results Seal Nationalists' Triumph

The main Bosniak, Croatian and Serbian parties in Bosnia - the Party of Democratic Action, SDA, the Croatian Democratic Union, HDZ, and the Alliance of Independent Social Democrats, SNSD  - were the principal victors of the October 12 general elections, the country's election commission has confirmed.

Members of Bosnian Presidency elected

Members of Bosnian Presidency elected

SARAJEVO -- The Election Commission has confirmed the election of the three members of the Presidency of Bosnia-Herzegovina.

They are Bakir Izetbegović of the Party of Democratic Action, Dragan Čović of the Croatian Democratic Union and Mladen Ivanić of the Party of Democratic Progress.

Vote Count Almost Over From Bosnia's Election

Based on around 95 per cent of votes counted, the three members of Bosnia's State Presidency will Bakir Izetbegovic - for the Bosniaks, Dragan Covic - for the Croats, and Mladen Ivanic - for the Serbs.

Izetbegovic, the existing Bosniak member, standing for the Bosniak Party of Democratic Action, SDA, won about 228,000 votes, some 40,000 more than his main rival, Fahrudin Radoncic.

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