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English24/01/2020

SDA - FROM SENIOR TO JUNIOR IZETBEGOVIĆ AND BACK

 

The political life in Sarajevo has taken a road of mimicry, that is, a road of invented successes but also problems so that the authorities, which are not able to solve any problem, even in places where there are no Serbs and Croats, would survive and even get stronger. By Nenad TADIĆ

 

BIJELJINA, JANUARY 24 /SRNA/ - Information from NATO which clearly says that the Reform Program, which was submitted by BiH, is not the Membership Action Plan /MAP/, had a rather shy coverage by the federal media, and by announcing a new attack on the name of Republika Srpska, the SDA has already begun “repairing the damage” it caused.

The Reform Program document, which BiH submitted to the seat of the North Atlantic Alliance in December last year, is considered “a good foundation for the continuation of cooperation between BiH and NATO,” said Ines Kuburović, a spokeswoman for the NATO HQ in Sarajevo Ines Kuburović.

This is how one in a series of big lies which Bosniak parties in the FBiH are presenting to Srpska and the domestic public was exposed as their attempts to hide a total political collapse in the FBiH, that is, in the Bosniak part of the FBiH, have become increasingly less innovative.

Bakir Izetbegović, Šefik DŽaferović and Željko Komšić, with unanimous support from almost all federal media who have any readership, have been sending messages since December last year that Republika Srpska “gave in” and that a NATO border will be on the Drina…

This is how Komšić “washed” his betrayal of voters who sincerely believed that he is not a man of the SDA and its debtor because of votes which its voters gave him on orders.

Izetbegović, on the other hand, was hiding his attempt to prevent legally elected Serb representatives to come to power at the level of BiH and attempted to create a situation where Serb representatives in Sarajevo are elected in Bosniak political corridors like Croatian representatives are elected increasingly often.

More than a year after the elections, there are no announcements of the formation of a new Government in the FBiH, parliaments cannot be elected in many Cantons, and the SDA and its political satellites stand behind all these problems as they are trying to stop in all possible ways any authority on which they do not have decisive influence.

Since the Bosniak side, just like the other two sides, objectively has the power only in the area of its ethnic majority, all these attempts amount to futile obstructions.

Simultaneously, they are covering up these illusions by constant media baits to compensate for damages caused by their failed political adventures.

As soon as Šefik Džaferović, the Bosniak member of the BiH Presidency, announced for the nth time that the SDA will demand that the name of Republika Srpska be reconsidered, even though it is a constitutional category, it has become clear that unfavorable news for the Bosniak politics will come from Brussels.

A new illegal affair was introduced to the public space which will last as long as the SDA and strategists of political Sarajevo need, that is until the fuss about the non-existing application for membership in NATO is over.

This is about the saving of their own credibility defeated by a series of claims that Dodik “gave in” and that this was the failure of the policy of “RS” /as Bosniak politicians and media are calling Republika Srpska, by its initials, in an attempt to delegitimize the constitutional name of Republika Srpska./

The political life in Sarajevo has taken a road of mimicry, that is, a road of invented successes but also problems so that the authorities, which are not able to solve any problem, even in places where there are no Serbs and Croats, would survive and even get stronger.

It is clear that there is no any ANP or accession to NATO, that Republika Srpska is a category, which, maybe, can be changed only through changes to the BiH Constitution, that is, the Dayton Agreement, which is absolutely unrealistic, as it was clear that the SDA will not be able to prevent the formation of a new Council of Ministers forever.

Bills for political fairy tales from Sarajevo keep coming, and the SDA wants to shamelessly share them with everyone in BiH like it is not their creator and a billing address.

The political dilettantism of the largest Bosniak political party and the complete lack of any strategic or economic vision, covered by tears for the long-gone and buried “Republic of BiH” is by far the greatest problem of the Dayton BiH.

And this has been so in Sarajevo since 1990. Life goes on, and the time is calculated only from senior to junior Izetbegović and back. /ends/sg