Bosnia: Slavo Kukic appointment was reject by parliament

Bosnia and Herzegovina’s parliament on Thursday rejected the appointment of Prime Minister Slavo Kukic over the resistance of the Serbian MPs.

The results of the vote have been announced by the parliament chairperson, who said that the appointment of Bosnian Croat Slavo Kukic for prime minister of the country has not received the needed support of two-thirds of the MPs. Meanwhile, the two-thirds of the votes against were of MPs from Republika Srpska.

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