Thursday, November 22, 2007


SARAJEVO, Bosnia (November 22,2007) – The Bosnian Parliament’s House of Representative Speaker Milorad Zivkovic announced that the session of the House of Representatives will most probably take place on November 28.

The following items will be on the agenda: changes to the House of Representatives’ Rules of Procedure, conciliated at the House of Representatives Collegiums session and marked positively by the Office of the International Community's High Representative in Bosnia (OHR) and conclusions conciliated at the special session of the Bosnian Parliament’s Houses’ Collegiums.

Those are the four conclusions which the Bosnian Parliament acknowledged and are now implemented in the process of Bosnia's Prime Minister Nikola Spiric’s resignation acceptance. There is also the fact that the Bosnian Presidency accepted the resignation.

The Bosnian Presidency has been called to accelerate the consultations on the new Bosnian government. The results are to be submitted to the Bosnian Parliament as soon as possible.

One of the proposed conclusions is urging both the parliamentary houses to align the proposals of the Rules of Procedure of their houses and submit them for adoption by the end of November.

Another conclusion urges the parliamentary parties to put in additional efforts and make the Mostar Declaration a document which would meet the demands of the European Commission and result in the initialling of the Stabilisation and Association Agreement between Bosnia and the EU.

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