Gordan Grlic-Radman, the Minister of Foreign and European Affairs of the Republic of Croatia, called on Zeljko Komsic to resign if he opposes the constitutivity of the people, noting that he does not represent Croats in the Presidency of Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) nor does he care about them.
As for Komsic’s statement, Grlic-Radman told that he was also at the Bled Forum and that he could not believe it when he heard Komsic say that the constitutivity was imported from the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR), more precisely that Tito imported it.
“What amazes me is that Mr. Komsic is not embarrassed to present himself as a representative of the Croat people without being elected by the votes of the Croat people, but by the Bosniak people. After all, if he is against constitutivity, then he should probably resign,” explained the Croatian foreign minister.
To recall, last week, Komsic, while speaking at the Bled Forum in Slovenia, said that from a political point of view, constitutivity was an ethnic concept that finds its origin in the political and legal relations of the former USSR.
“In the so-called ‘people’s democracy’, that concept was also present in our former state, which, like socialism and its ideology, failed,” Komsic stated back then, Klix.ba writes.