Milorad Dodik, the president of Republika Srpska (RS), one of the two entities in Bosnia and Herzegovina, claimed that Republika Srpska would leave BH if “the entity’s property” was confiscated.
Dodik assessed the decision of the Constitutional Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina to overturn the controversial law in Republika Srpska, which covers the possession of public property immovable to the ownership of the entity.
The court temporarily struck down the immovable property law, Dudek said, “Which court in the world can make provisional decisions? All this is being done against RS but it won’t work.” He said.
Indicating that they are preparing a new law, Dodik said, “This time, I plan to take all the real estate in the entity. If the property list is requested from us, you will dissolve Bosnia and Herzegovina.” He rated it.
Dudek, who has come to the fore with his separatist rhetoric many times before, said, “If you try to take our property from us, we will separate RS. If it is a ‘take it or leave it’ situation, we will take it for granted.” Use phrases.
Dodik argued that Bosnia and Herzegovina could never become a member of NATO.
Meanwhile, the controversial law was suspended by the High Representative of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Christian Schmidt, for the first time, and finally abolished by a decision of the Constitutional Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina on March 2.
The problem of immovable property in Bosnia and Herzegovina
Arguing that the immovable property belongs to the entities according to the Dayton Peace Treaty, which ended the 1992-1995 war in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Republika Srpska claims that it also has property management under the said law.
While the Immovable Real Estate Law, which was voted in December 2022 in the NSRS and is unconstitutional, is expected to enter into force on February 28, the public institutions used by Republika Srpska under the law are allegedly a “part” of them.
While the issue of immovable property has been a topic that has been discussed since the war in Bosnia and Herzegovina, it has been debated whether immovable property in the country belongs to the state or the entities that use it.
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