Bosnia’s biggest parties to discuss new government

Leaders of the six biggest political parties in Bosnia and Herzegovina will meet in Mostar on Monday to discuss the formation of a new state government, eleven months after the country’s last election.

Ahead of the meeting, members of two political parties in the Republika Srpska met in the mountain town of Jahorina to discuss their position in the forthcoming talks.

Milorad Dodik, the leader of the Alliance of Independent Social Democrats, SNSD, and Mladen Bosic, leader of the Serbian Democratic Party, SDS, confirmed that they would continue to cooperate with one another and outlined some of the issues they would bring to the table on Monday.

Dodik and Bosic originally signed a “Platform of Cooperation” at state level in November 2010.

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