press review 28 Nov 12

Bosnia Press Review - November 28, 2012

Fule encouraged by progress in Bosnia. Premier Nermin Niksic has to respect the laws. Serbs in Srebrenica discriminated.

Sarajevo

DNEVNI AVAZ

European Enlargement Commissioner Stefan Fule said that Bosnian politicians did not respect the deadlines from the Road Map but added that he leaves Sarajevo encouraged because there was some progress in terms of it.

OSLOBODJENJE

Eight ministers in the Federation BiH entity from SDA, HSP and Radom za boljitak demanded from the Premier Nermin Niksic to annul his illegal decision on extending the mandate of the management of the entity Development Bank. Eight ministers said that if he does not do that, they will not participate in the government session, so not even the budget could be adopted.

NEZAVISNE NOVINE

Representatives of 10 Serb parties which made Coalition for Republika Srpska in Srebrenica asked entity institutions to protect interests of Serbs which are unequal in the town. Parties said that Serbs are being discriminated in Srebrenica and examples of that is destruction of one of their monuments near Potocari, attack to Serbs in restaurants and fights in the roads around Potocari.

Balkan Insight has not verified the facts in the original press reports and cannot vouch for their accuracy.

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