Bosnia’s reformist prime minister resigns over the parliament’s failure to adopt a new election law. 2 July 2001 SARAJEVO, Bosnia and Herzegovina–Just when it seemed that troubled, ethnically-divided Bosnia finally had a reformist and pragmatically oriented government, the reform-minded prime minister has called it quits. Frustrated with the failure of the parliament to pass a […]

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