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Vukanovic: Petition initiated by Dodik experienced Debacle

Opposition MP in the National Assembly of the Republika Srpska, Nebojsa Vukanovic, writes on his blog that the petition initiated by the leader of the SNSD, Milorad Dodik, experienced a debacle in Banja Luka.

We remind you that Dodik initiated and was the first to sign a petition expressing the position on non-acceptance of the law imposed by the High Representative in BiH Valentin Inzko, but which also expresses the shameful position that, "respecting all victims, did not happen in Srebrenica genocide ".

Radical conclusions

“Despite the strong promotion and pressure of the regime media, primarily RTRS, SRNA and ATV, the response of citizens to the petition and collection of signatures initiated by Dodik and SNSD in Banja Luka is very weak. In two days, only a few hundred Banja Luka residents signed a petition, by which Dodik as a coward wants to hide behind the people instead of once showing that he is a man and a leader and the first to withdraw from the Presidency of BiH, break the coalition with SDA and Bakir and SDA at all levels , in accordance with the previous Decisions of the National Assembly of the Republika Srpska,”stated Vukanovic.

He added that the decisions on the termination of the coalition with the SDA were adopted on the initiative and proposal of Dodik and the SNSD, but that they were trampled on only a few days later.

“There is no doubt that Dodik still wants to propose and order the deputies of the ruling coalition to adopt some radical conclusions, in order to further raise tensions and the atmosphere, and after that the conclusions of the National Assembly of Republika Srpska to buy dust in drawers and be a dead letter on paper. served the regime for one-time political use” he added.

“In order for the ruling party to get out of the great crisis in which it finds itself, but the people saw through them in time, this campaign, abuse of the crisis and vital national issues for party purposes, will experience a debacle,” Vukanovic wrote.

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