After the general elections held in Bosnia and Herzegovina on 2 October, a government was formed in Republika Srpska (RS), one of the two entities in the country.
The names proposed by Radovan Vesković, who was appointed by Republika Srpska President Milorad Dodik to form the government, were put to a vote at a session of the People’s Assembly of Republika Srpska. While 51 MPs voted “yes” in the vote, 23 MPs voted “no”.
Vescovic head for the second timeministerThe names that make up the government he will serve are as follows:
Minister of Interior Sinisa Karan, Minister of Finance Zora Vidović, Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Water Affairs Savo Minić, Minister of Labor Dragoslav Kapic, Minister of Science and Technological Development Željko Budimir, Minister of Environment Bojan Vybotnik and Minister of Energy and Mining Petar. Djokic, Minister of Transport and Communications Nedeljko Kubrilović, Minister of Economy and Entrepreneurship Vojn Mitrović, Minister of Justice Milos Bokelović, Minister of Education and Culture Željka Stojicic, Minister of Health Alin Šranić, Minister of European Integration Zlatan Klukić, Minister of State Administration. Local Governments Senka Gogic, Minister of Trade and Tourism, Sylvid Hrithik and Family, Dado Dogan, Minister of Youth and Sports.
Source: Balkan News
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