Monday, February 25, 2008


SARAJEVO, Bosnia (February 25,2008) - Judicial reform in Bosnia is among his top priorities, the International Community's High Representative and EU Special Representative in Bosnia miroslav Lajcak said in an online answer to questions from citizens on the website.

“We discuss this issue almost every day with representatives of the judiciary … and we will not give up on this,” he said.

Asked when Bosnia might join the European Union, Lajčák said:"The speed at which the process advances will depend on Bosnia.”

He recalled that Bosnia first needed to sign the Stabilisation and Association Agreement (SAA) with the European Union and appealed to the Bosnian citizens to demand that no time is wasted in this process.

Answering a question on the future of the Office of the International Community's High Representative in Bosnia (OHR), Lajčák described his mandate as “a guarantee that nobody can divert Bosnia from the right path” and expressed his preference for a “natural and harmonious” transition from the mandate of the High Representative to an exclusively European mandate. For this to happen, an atmosphere needs to be created in which interventions by the High Representative are “less and less needed”.

Miroslav Lajčák’s full answers are available in Bosnian on, in video format under the heading “Lajčák odgovara”.

The website was launched as part of the OHR’s campaign on the EU perspective of Bosnia and allows the Bosnian citizens to voice their opinion on the process of Bosnia’s integration into the European Union, the OHR said.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...,is also controlled web-site. Maybe Mr. Lajcak don’t know it, but it is controlled believe me. In fact I tried to post the comment which was just a normal one, didn’t aim against nobody in particular but was the truth. My comment was never posted.

What happened to the freedom of speech?

My comment was something like this; “Best way for BiH is to suspend all leading political parties, not let them to come out for the next elections. Everybody can see it’s not working this way”… (Then I mentioned some of leading parties). Also I added; “New political parties have no chance to come out to the public because media in BiH is controlled by these leading parties”.

Was this comment that bad, not to post it?
So I think the web-site ( is also controlled by leading parties, through the people working for Lajcak!