Dnevni list: Interview with HR Valentin Inzko
First I would like to call upon citizens to get out and vote. Staying home on Election Day is the worst option.
EuroBlic: Interview with HR Valentin Inzko
We should have been more insistent when it comes to ballot scanning and other technical improvements that would help ensure a free and fair election.
Interview with High Representative for Vecernji list
The entire international community expects swift and smooth implementation of election results.
Večernji list: Interview with HR Valentin Inzko
The political parties in BiH therefore must find a solution for electoral reforms that ensures the smooth implementation of the election results in accordance with the decision of the BiH Constitutional Court.
Oslobođenje: Interview with HR Valentin Inzko
If provisions of the BiH Criminal Procedure Code affected by the Constitutional Court’s decision are repealed by the court through a decision on non-enforcement of its earlier decision, the BiH judiciary will be seriously crippled.
Otisak.ba: Interview with PDHR and Brčko Supervisor Dennis Hearne
The 18th anniversary of the Brcko District reminds us of the difficult path the District has crossed from a war-torn place to an inspiring model of multiethnic coexistence and tolerance.
Dani: Interview with the PDHR Hearne
Regardless of their role in the society, no one should be above the law.
Večernji list: Interview with High Representative Valentin Inzko
The first time I met Croats in BiH was on my high school graduation trip to Mostar in 1967 and also it was the first time I met Muslims.
Radiosarajevo.ba: Interview with HR Valentin Inzko
The BiH Constitution, the Annex 4 to the Dayton Peace Agreement, states clearly that foreign policy is an exclusive responsibility of the institutions at the state level of BiH. Accordingly, the NATO issue, which is part of the BiH foreign policy, is an exclusive responsibility of the state.
Nezavisne novine: Interview with HR Valentin Inzko
There are some ideas that the OHR should intervene in relation to the Election Law, said Valentin Inzko, High Representative in BiH.
Nezavisne novine: Interview with PDHR Dennis W. Hearne
This constitution defines Bosnia and Herzegovina as a state, the legal continuation of the Republic of BiH, which was recognized in 1992, and it provides for a modified internal organization of the country, including the existence of the entities.
Dnevni avaz: Interview with PDHR Dennis W. Hearne
The Dayton is very clear: BiH is composed of two Entities and neither of them is entitled to secession. It is very precisely stated in this international treaty.