During the session held yesterday, Mladen Bosic, a delegate in the House of Peoples of the Parliamentary Assembly of Bosnia and Herzegovina, said that he believes that the current convocation of the Council of Ministers of BiH will survive until the end of the mandate, even though they have a bad work result, Avaz writes.
”I think that the current convocation will remain until 2022, because there is no necessary majority in the House of Peoples to confirm the dismissal. On the other hand, I doubt that it is possible to reach an agreement in the Presidency of BiH on the dissolution of the House of Peoples. The coalition of SDA, HDZ and SNSD will survive until the end of the mandate,” said Bosic, adding that the SDA gives “signals” that they want changes, but that he does not believe in that.
Founders of an Instagram account sharing Bosnian oral tradition that has experienced rapid growth since its inception two months ago, say their popularity was unexpected and “not strategic.”
With over 32,000 followers, the Instagram account In Bosnia We Don’t Say (@inbosniawedont) posts daily humorous Bosnian-specific linguistic and cultural expressions, translating the » read more