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English11/11/2019

SRPSKA THREATENED AND DEPRIVED OF POWER

 

BANJALUKA, NOVEMBER 11 /SRNA/ - Serb member of the BiH Presidency Milorad Dodik told the National Assembly on Monday that everything that was done towards an alleged improvement of the functioning of Bosnia and Herzegovina was actually moving it away from functioning, while it damaged Republika Srpska and deprived it of its power.

 

"This session of the National Assembly was not called to measure anyone’s patriotism. Here sit many people who love Republika Srpska, regardless of the fact that some of you bring into question the purpose of this session,” Dodik said.

He underlined that the session was actually a follow-up to the session of October 18, 2017 in which the Resolution on the Protection of Constitutional Structure and Proclamation of Military Neutrality was adopted.

"The resolution obliged all bodies and institutions of Republika Srpska to implement it consistently, but it also obliged all Srpska representatives in the joint BiH institutions and international organisations and forums to do the same,” Dodik added.

According to him, in order to understand the present, we must understand the past.

Members of the National Assembly, he said, are representatives of the political parties that had an illusion in the past 25 years that some things and processes happened for the sake of general progress.

"Those parties believed they would do their people good if they accepted the reforms that were carried out, several times with the vote of all political parties, regardless of whether they were part of the government or the opposition in Republika Srpska,” Dodik said.

He recalled that they had voted in favour because they were told they would be able to change it in the parliament at the BiH level later on.

"Did the dozens of agencies, directorates, offices, which were established by the violence of high representatives, bring any progress, or did they just increase the number of administrative workers, which compares to the number of administrative workers in Yugoslavia, which had around 22 million residents? What did we get as Republika Srpska and as a people? Nothing, or almost nothing. We mainly only got damage,” Dodik reiterated. /end/dš