Monday, May 16, 2016

RS opposition and authorities reach "resignation impasse"

Aleksandra Pandurevic from the SDS party has said that its members will withdraw from Bosnia-Herzegovina institutions "if Milorad Dodik resigns."
Source: Tanjug
Pandurevic is a deputy in the House of Representatives of the Parliamentary Assembly of Bosnia-Herzegovina. The SDS is an opposition party in the Serb entity, the RS.
She on Monday called on RS President Milorad Dodik to resign, and dissolve the RS National Assembly before SDS members withdraw from institutions and in that way force elections at the level of Bosnia-Herzegovina.

Her statement came after Dodik - responding to opposition demands to call early parliamentary and presidential elections in the entity - said he would do so "after representatives of the RS opposition resign from their positions in Bosnia-Herzegovina institutions."

Earlier in the day, Dodik described Saturday's rallies in Banja Luka organized by both opposition and ruling parties as "peaceful," but noted that "divisions remain" in the Serb entity.

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