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SDP refused the offer of SDA to renew the coalition. SDA offered another chance to SDP. Milorad Dodik dismissed ten municipal party committees.
The Presidency of Social Democratic Party, SDP, decided on their session that they would not talk again with the Party of Democratic Action, SDA, about renewing the coalition they had. SDP said they would still work on the reconstructions of the entity and state-level governments that include dismissing SDA from them.
SDA offered one more chance to SDP to renew their coalition and bring back the parliamentary majority to how it used to be “for the good of Bosnia and its peoples” adding if they do not agree, SDA will look for new partners in the government. SDA also said they are very satisfied with the results of the local elections.
Milorad Dodik, President of the Alliance of Independent Social Democrats, SNSD, dismissed ten municipality committees due to bad results on local elections. Uros Gostic, now former president of SNSD's committee in the town of Doboj, said that Dodik's move is understandable but added he does now feel guilty for bad electoral results.
Balkan Insight has not verified the facts in the original press reports and cannot vouch for their accuracy.
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