The Excessive Consultant of Bosnia and Herzegovina discusses controversial electoral legislation reform.
About 3.3 million individuals in Bosnia and Herzegovina voted to elect legislators in addition to three members of the presidential council.
However after the election closed, Excessive Consultant Christian Schmidt, the nation’s peace observer, introduced adjustments to the election legislation.
Schmidt says that the adjustments would create a more practical authorities, which might work between two of the nation’s entities: the Republika Srpska, which is especially composed of Bosnian Serbs, and the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina, which is especially composed of Bosniaks and Bosnian Croats. is product of.
Discover out what this implies for the nation as Christian Schmidt talks to Al Jazeera.