How to break Bosnia’s constitutional deadlock

An agreement reached in 2006 indicates how Bosnia’s parties could satisfy the demands of the EU and the European Court of Human Rights

Bosnia enters 2013 much as it entered 2012 – needing to reform its constitution and to keep to an EU roadmap. Officially, the commitment is there. The leaders of Bosnia’s six major parties reiterated their promises to both reform and the roadmap on 20 November, 17 years to the day after the initialling of the Dayton Agreement that ended the war.

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