The House of Representatives of the Parliamentary Assembly of Bosnia and Herzegovina (PS) on December 6thlast year, when it was constituted, has not held a single session until today. This certainly was not an obstacle for MPs to do their job, send questions, and suggest laws.
However, according to data prepared by the PS BiH expert service, very few representatives were active.
The most active parliamentarian in the period from 6 December 2018 to 6 May 2019 was Damir Arnaut (SBB) who asked 104 questions, proposed one law, and three initiatives.
In addition to Arnaut, Sasa Magazinovic (SDP) was still active with 49 delegated questions and two proposed agenda items. Edita Djapo from the SBB had 14 questions, while other parliamentarians had one or two activities, or even one activity. Of the 42 parliamentarians in the Parliamentary Assembly of BiH, 28 MPs did not have any activity.
For more than half a year, the House of Representatives of the Parliamentary Assembly of Bosnia and Herzegovina does not meet because of political blockades.
Ever since the constitution of this body of legislative power, state agents duly received salaries, lump sums and fees, which amount to up to six average salaries paid in BiH.