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New International Crisis Group reports says the danger is growing of a politicised Islamic Community harnessing frustrated Bosniak nationalism for its own purposes.
Milorad Dodik said this week he will start consultations about appointing a new government, though it will be composed of the same parties as before.
On a two-day visit to Bosnia, the European Commission’s Director General for Enlargement, Stefano Sannino, met top officials of the Republika Srpska in Banja Luka.
The international community would be satisfied with any kind of movement on constitutional reforms in Bosnia, regardless of its quality, a round table discussion in Sarajevo was told.
After a court ruled the law on personal numbers unconstitutional, Bosnia can no longer issue personal numbers to newborns and other people who lack them for some reason.
Candidates have been named for the vacancies in the Federation entity's Constitutional Court, which must be filled before it can rule on last week's no-confidence vote in the government.
The ruling party in the Republika Srpska has refused to rule reports of a future government reshuffle out or in.
Bosnia and Croatia have solved several open issues that could affect both countries after July 1, when Croatia is due to join the European Union.
Bosniaks MPs in Bosnia's Federation entity blocked confirmation of a no-confidence vote in the government, invoking the legal mechanism of claiming vital ethnic interests were at stake.
A lucky few Bosnians may soon get to work in Germany and Austria as a result of labour agreements - but the numbers involved won't affect the overall unemployment picture.
The new parliamentary majority in Bosnia's Federation entity has passed a vote of no confidence in the entity's government.
As Bosnia vows moves closer to NATO membership, the President of Republika Srpska, Milorad Dodik, said a referendum needs to be held first on the issue.
During a week of meetings, EU officials urged Bosnian politicians to move forward towards ending electoral discrimination by allowing minorities to run for top positions.
Anders Fogh Rasmussen of NATO urged Bosnia to implement last year's agreement on registering state property as a condition of advancing its membership of the alliance.
A heritage commission has declined to loan the famous Sarajevo Haggadah to the New York Metropolitan Museum, although it currently lies locked up and unseen in a closed museum.