analysis 07 Nov 12

Bosnia Two-Party Deal Meets Storm of Criticism

While the strongest parties in the two entities say their new agreement will improve the functioning of the economy and government, critics say it will undermine Bosnia’s state-level institutions.

Elvira M. Jukic
BIRN
Sarajevo

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