Iconic Bosnian City Holds First Local Polls In 12 Years

Ballots were cast on December 20 in local elections in Mostar, a historic city in Bosnia-Herzegovina. Among early voters was Irma Baralija, a local politician who has won…

Ballots were cast on December 20 in local elections in Mostar, a historic city in Bosnia-Herzegovina. Among early voters was Irma Baralija, a local politician who has won a lawsuit at the European Court of Human Rights against the Bosnian state for failing to hold municipal polls in Mostar. Disputes over the city’s power-sharing structure had been stuck in a stalemate since 2008.

This post was originally published on Radio Free.


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