24 August 2001span> SARAJEVO–The parliament of Bosnia and Herzegovina adopted on 23 August a new permanent election law proposed by the country’s government. The adoption of the law was a key requirement for Bosnia’s accession to the Council of Europe. The country is expected to be admitted to the Council of Europe in the fall. […]

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