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RS : REFERENDUM IN 45 DAYS


Decision on referendum published in RS Official Gazette, referendum in 45 days

The decision on a referendum at which Repubilka Srpska (RS) citizens will state whether they support the laws imposed by high representatives in Bosnia-Herzegovina (BiH), particularly the ones referring to the BiH Court and Prosecutor's Office, was published in the RS Official Gazette on Wednesday, and the referendum will be held in 45 days.

According to the parliament's decision, the referendum will take place in the first week 45 days after its publishing in the Official Gazette.

The RS parliament recently made a decision to call a referendum in RS, which was later approved by the RS Council of Peoples, whereby conditions were created for it to be published in the RS Official Gazette.

The Bosniak club within the RS Council of Peoples did not cast a veto, but rather requested from the high representative in BiH to react and prevent the coming into force of the decision on the referendum, which they consider unconstitutional and anti-Dayton.

RS Prime Minister Aleksandar Dzombic stated Tuesday that the funds for the holding of the referendum will be secured from the 2011 budget reserves.

High representative in BiH Valentin Inzko, as well as ambassadors of the Peace Implementation Council (PIC) member states in BiH, with the exception of Russia, severely condemned the adoption of the parliamentary decision to hold a referendum.

Inzko did not rule out the possibility of an intervention if the decision on the referendum was to be made official.

International community demands witdrawal of decision on referendum

The International community cannot ignore what Republika Srpska (RS) is doing regarding the referendum on Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) Court and Prosecutor's Office, as it directly undermines the Dayton Accord, the BiH Constitution and institutions, and expects Republika Srpska to withdraw the decision on referendum and relevant parliamentary conclusions, the Office of the High Representative (OHR) in Bosnia said Wednesday.

Republika Srpska cannot hold a referendum on issues which are not in its competence, OHR said, noting that according to the Dayton Accord, all judiciary competences have always belonged to the state.

The conclusions on referendum adopted by the Republika Srpska Assembly directly undermine the Dayton Accord that has ensured peace in ths country since 1995, OHR said.

The International community expects the RS leadership to reconsider whether the course of action they have chosen is really in the interests of the citizens whom they represent, OHR said.

The decision on a referendum at which Repubilka Srpska citizens will state whether they support the laws imposed by high representatives in Bosnia-Herzegovina, particularly the ones referring to the BiH Court and Prosecutor's Office, was published in the RS Official Gazette on Wednesday, and the referendum will be held in 45 days.

According to the parliament's decision, the referendum will take place in the first week 45 days after its publishing in the Official Gazette.

 


 

 

 

 


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