Bakir Izetbegović, Chairman of the Bosnia and Herzegovina Party for Democratic Action (SDA), said that the governments that will be formed by eliminating the SDA at the national level, at the entity level and in most cantons will not be stable.
Arguing that there is no alternative to forming a strong pro-Bosnia-Herzegovina bloc, Izetbegović said that all other coalition formulas would open the way for opponents of the state.
Pointing out that pro-Bosnia and Herzegovina parties have 60 percent power in the lower house of the Parliament of Bosnia and Herzegovina and 80 percent power in the Entity Parliament of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Izetbegović noted that by using this power, they can break this power-called “Bosnian quota” of 33 percent.
Izetbegovic confirmed that the Eighth Coalition formed by the opposition parties in Sarajevo moved early in favor of the Coalition:HDZ And the SNSD They have agreements with HDZ and SNSD to make public what they agreed upon and the promises they made, he said.
Dodik and Kovic will meet to form a new government
Alliance of Independent Social Democrats Chairman Milorad Dodik and HDZ President Dragan Kovic meet for the last time on Thursday to form a national government.
The Serbian leader Dodik had announced earlier his support for the candidate of the HDZ Borgana Kristo as head of the Council of Ministers in the new government.
Dodik noted that the government will be formed quickly, “The important thing is that projects, especially energy projects at the level of Bosnia and Herzegovina, will not stop.”
source: Balkan News
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