Balkans | A new government was formed in Bosnia and Herzegovina after 115 days

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Balkans |  A new government was formed in Bosnia and Herzegovina after 115 days

The new government in Bosnia and Herzegovina was formed 115 days after the October 2 elections.

The second concrete step and the formation of the government was taken after the election of Brjana Kristo of the HDZ as the new Chairman of the Council of Ministers of Bosnia and Herzegovina on December 28, at the emergency session of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Parliament convened today.

In the session, where the number of votes required for cabinet approval was 22, 23 deputies voted in favor of the Christo government, while 19 deputies voted against it.

The new government consisted of:

Zoran Tejltija from the Union of Independent Social Democrats (SNSD), Minister of Finance and Treasury, Elvedin Konakovich from the People’s and Justice Party (NIP), Minister of Foreign Affairs Zokan Hiliz from the Social Democratic Party of Bosnia and Herzegovina (SDPBIH), Minister of Defense Nened Nesic from the Democratic People’s Union (DNS) , Minister of Security, Stasa Kosarak of SNSD is Minister of Foreign Trade and Economic Relations, our party’s Edin Forto is Minister of Transport and Communications, and Davor Ponoza of HDZ is Minister of Foreign Trade and Economic Relations. Minister of Justice Dubrovka Busnjak of the HDZ is the Minister of Civil Affairs, and Sefilid Hortek is the Minister for Human Rights and Refugees.

It is noteworthy that the Democratic Action Party (SDA), the largest Bosnian party, did not enter the new government, headed by Bakir Izetbegovic, son of the late Ali Izetbegovic, the first president of independent Bosnia and Herzegovina.

In the 2018 elections, the government could be formed after 14 months.

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