Bosnian Winter Răspunde

Bosnia and Herzegovina consists of two entities, three constitutional nationalities and three religions. Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina is populated with Bosniaks (Bosnian Muslims) and Croats, while Republic of Srpska is over 90% Serb. This complicated structure, crafted by international forces to pacify tendencies of three nationalities towards independent ethnic states, solved none of the original problems, but brought 20 year long political deadlock upon the country and double administration among the ethnic lines. The deadlock situation created partitocratic system, with politicians and warmongers as privileged citizens, holding multiple government positions with recorded highest salary rates in the region, feeding the nation’s trauma of a new violent ethnic conflict under ‘divide and conquer’ parole, using it as an excuse not to change enormous and useless administration.

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