Ethnic Parties Dominate First Vote In Bosnia’s Mostar In 12 Years

Dominant nationalist Bosniak and Croat parties emerged with the most votes in the first local elections in 12 years in Bosnia-Herzegovina’s ethnically divided city of Mostar, according to…

Dominant nationalist Bosniak and Croat parties emerged with the most votes in the first local elections in 12 years in Bosnia-Herzegovina’s ethnically divided city of Mostar, according to preliminary results from the December 20 vote.

This post was originally published on Radio Free.


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