Representatives of the Democratic Union of Croatia (HDZ), the Union of Independent Social Democrats (SNSD) and the Democratic Alliance (DEMOS), who met at the session of the House of Representatives of Bosnia and Herzegovina, opposed the decision to preserve the constitutional order in the country.
14 deputies from the Democratic Action Party (SDA), the Democratic Front (DF) and the European People’s Alliance (NES) signed and put forward the resolution on protecting BiH’s constitutional order, but the resolution did not gain support in the extended parliamentary session.
While 24 out of 40 officials in parliament supported the decision, 16 voted against it. In voting, although the general majority is obtained, the majority of entities cannot be achieved.
source: Balkan News
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