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SRNA News Roundup /IV/ - November 9, 2018

 

ELECTIONS 2018

 

DOBOJ - The Serbian Democratic Party /SDS/ City Board in Doboj adopted conclusions on Friday not accepting a decision to expel Obren Petrovic from the party, and demanding a replacement of the party leader Vukota Govedarica and holding of early inter-party elections.

ZVORNIK - The SDS Zvornik City Board urged the party leader Vukota Govedarica, Secretary General Igor Ostojic and the entire party presidency to tender their resignations over poor election results and the board members to vote at a Main Board session in favour of talks on the formation of government at all levels together with the Alliance of Independent Social Democrats /SNSD/ and all Serb parties.


REPUBLIKA SRPSKA

VISEGRAD - The Ombudsman for Children of Republika Srpska Dragica Radovic stated Friday in Visegrad that the local authorities, community and decision-makers should have more empathy towards children with developmental difficulties and make sure they achieve their rights, adding that such children need to be included in the pre-school education system.

BANJALUKA - Prime Minister Zeljka Cvijanovic will attend a tactical military exercise “Century of Winners 1918-2018” on the Pester military grounds outside Sjenica in southwestern Serbia on Saturday marking the centennial of victory in World War One.


BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA

SARAJEVO - The newly elected member of the Bosnia and Herzegovina Presidency from Republika Srpska, Milorad Dodik, says he does not want to make a single bad move against any Bosniaks and will not accept the policy of the Bosniak elite which is sometimes bad for the Bosniaks themselves and intentionally bad towards the Serbs.

SARAJEVO - BiH Foreign Minister Igor Crnadak stated during a European forum in Vienna on Friday that a stable and prosperous future of the Western Balkans and European Union is only possible through further European integration.

SARAJEVO - High Representative Valentin Inzko stated in The Hague that, now that the elections are over, BiH needs the authorities to be formed as quickly and as smoothly as possible so the country can continue working on the pressing reforms.


FEDERATION OF BiH

BIHAC - A group of some 150 migrants and refugees, who were prevented by the Una-Sana Canton police from entering Bihac on Friday morning, were returned to the Usivak barracks outside Hadzici on Friday evening, TV N1 reported.


SERBIA

BELGRADE - Whether Elektromreza Srbije /Serbian national transmission system operator company/ will remain part of the electricity network in northern Kosovo or unlawfully thrown out will be known on November 13, Tanjug reported on Friday.


REGION

SKOPJE - Nikola Gruevski remains a VMRO-DPMNE member of the Macedonian parliament as there were not enough votes to strip him of his mandate. /end/ds