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Bosnia has a new government almost 15 months after elections took place in the autumn of 2010.
Prime Minister Nikola Spiric is optimistic that a long-overdue state budget could be adopted by the end of the year, though the core dispute between state and entities over money remains unresolved.
As EU envoy urges action to end to Bosnia’s stalemate, Milorad Dodik says the Serb entity is willing to separate out the country’s EU progress from its internal political disputes.
After Croat parties say they offered major concessions to help form a state government, Social Democrat leader says demands to form Croat entity have worsened the political climate.
While some politicians say the country is ready to submit a formal application soon, the consensus is that few in Brussels will take the idea seriously.
Time is running out for Bosnia to agree on changes to the constitution meeting objections from the European Court of Human Rights.
Bosnian Serb leader Milorad Dodik has written to ambassadors accredited to Bosnia, explaining why November 25 has no validity in Serbian eyes as a National Day.
Leaders of the six main parties again failed to agree on Thursday on the composition of a state government, 13 months after the last general elections.
Country paying high price for corruption, inefficiency, political stalemate and economic stagnation, round table hears.
Bosnia’s High Representative has accused the country’s political leaders of causing stagnation, according to local media reports.
In response to an interview in which Milorad Dodik described Bosnia as a failed experiment, Bosniak Presidency member Bakir Izetbegovic has penned an open letter saying the fault is all Dodik's own.
The European Commission has presented a damning indictment of the lack of progress made in Bosnia and Herzegovina one year after general elections which have failed to yield a new government.
The latest in a series of fortnightly talks aimed at forming a new government in Bosnia and Herzegovina almost one year after the last election have resulted in stalemate.
European Enlargement Commissioner Stefan Fuele is considering re-allocating €96 million from a special assistance package created for Bosnia due to squabbling among political leaders.
Minimal progress was achieved at the latest round of talks aimed at producing a government in Bosnia and Herzegovina eleven months after the country held its last general election.