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New Law in Republika Srpska Entity gives more Competence to Inspectors

September 5, 2019 2:00 PM
New Law in Republika Srpska Entity gives more Competence to Inspectors

Inspectors in Republika Srpska (RS), one of the entities in Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) will also be able to file criminal charges in the coming period if they find an undeclared worker. The entity’s Minister of Administration and Local Self-Government, Lejla Resic, emphasized that the new law stipulates that non-registration […]

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Central Election Commission confirmed Zoran Tegeltija fulfills all the necessary Conditions

August 22, 2019 5:00 PM
Central Election Commission confirmed Zoran Tegeltija fulfills all the necessary Conditions

The Central Election Commission of Bosnia and Herzegovina confirmed at a session on Thursday that the candidate for the chairman of the Council of Ministers of BiH, Zoran Tegeltija, fulfills all the necessary conditions for the appointment prescribed by the BiH Election Law. Namely, acting on the request of the […]

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Government of Canton Sarajevo adopted new Law on Holding Weapons

July 16, 2019 5:00 PM
Government of Canton Sarajevo adopted new Law on Holding Weapons

Representatives of the Assembly of Sarajevo Canton adopted on Monday the Act on Amendments to the Law on Acquisition, Holding and Carrying of Weapons and Ammunition. As Minister of Internal Affairs of Canton Sarajevo Admir Katica, who is also a proponent of this Law, explained the barriers that existed in […]

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Several Embassies and OHR sent Important Message to High Judicial Council

June 8, 2019 7:00 AM
Several Embassies and OHR sent Important Message to High Judicial Council

The undersigned embassies and missions are alarmed following the recent events with regard to the HJPC, in particular, its first instance Disciplinary Commission’s decision concerning the alleged misconduct of the President of the HJPC. No one should be above the law. This holds especially true for the members of the judiciary, […]

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Inzko called on upholding the Equality of all Constituent Peoples and of All Citizens

May 30, 2019 8:00 AM
Inzko called on upholding the Equality of all Constituent Peoples and of All Citizens

In May 2018, the Constitutional Court of the Federation of BiH determined that several provisions of the constitutions of Posavina, Herzegovina-Neretva, and West Herzegovina cantons violate the Constitution of the Federation of BiH as they do not recognize the constituent status of the Serb people, the Serb and Bosnian languages […]

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Ambassador of UK Matthew Field visited Court of BiH

May 21, 2019 7:00 AM
Ambassador of UK Matthew Field visited Court of BiH

Ambassador of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland to Bosnia and Herzegovina, H.E. Matthew Field, together with his deputy Dr Ruth Wiseman, and Nick Latt, Head of the Western Balkans Programme Unit at Foreign Office, visited the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) today and had a […]

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Law on Reporting and the Procedure for Data Validation of the Property of Public Position Holders passed

April 18, 2019 3:00 PM
Law on Reporting and the Procedure for Data Validation of the Property of Public Position Holders passed

 The adoption of the Law on Reporting and the Procedure for Data Validation of the Property of Public Position Holders in Canton Sarajevo has been officially passed on Wednesday. The financial assets of public office holders are of legitimate public interest. Therefore, the adoption of asset disclosure laws is of […]

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Students of Faculty of Law of the Sarajevo University visited Central Electoral Commission

April 12, 2019 12:00 PM
Students of Faculty of Law of the Sarajevo University visited Central Electoral Commission

A group of 60 students of the second year of Faculty of Law of the Sarajevo University, led by doc dr Lejla Balić visited the BiH Central Election Commission today. A lecture on the Electoral System of BiH was organized as part of the visit. The lecturer, dr Suad Arnautović, […]

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Embassies and OHR see recent Rhetoric and Initiatives in Republika Srpska as moving from European Standards

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Embassies and OHR see recent Rhetoric and Initiatives in Republika Srpska as moving from European Standards

Political leaders in Bosnia and Herzegovina need to implement reforms that move BiH toward European standards and democratic norms.  Instead, the Embassies of the United States, Germany, the UK, and the Office of the High Representative see recent rhetoric and initiatives in the Republika Srpska (RS) as moving away from […]

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Persons who do not report Domestic Violence will be fined up to 5,000 BAM

April 8, 2019 12:00 PM
Persons who do not report Domestic Violence will be fined up to 5,000 BAM

In the coming period, persons who do not report domestic violence in Republika Srpska will be fined. The new law stipulates punishments and up to 5,000 BAM for employees in the protection bodies who find out that violence has been committed, as well as citizens and family members who do […]

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