Bosnia and Herzegovina: Protesters rally against Croat elected to Bosnia's presidency

Thousands of ethnic Croats protested in Mostar on Thursday, against Zeljko Komsic's electoral victory, which would see him become the Croatian member of the Presidency of Bosnia and Herzegovina. The protesters maintain that Komsic was able to secure the win with the help of Bosniak voters, adding that the majority of Croat voters did not vote for him, and as such he is not a legitimate... Еще representative of Croats in the country. «The Croats of Bosnia and Herzegovina are deprived of their rights, stomped on, that their fundamental political rights have been taken away, and that we will not tolerate this any more. If they think that Bosnia and Herzegovina can function as it is right now, then we do not want to be a part of this Bosnia and Herzegovina,» said Tomislav Zelenika, a protester. The Presidency of Bosnia and Herzegovina is constituted of three members, namely: a Bosniak, a Serb and a Croatian, to represent each of the society's major ethnic groups.

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