by Patrick Moore THE ORGANIZATION FOR SECURITY AND COOPERATION IN Europe (OSCE) commission monitoring the 14 September elections in Bosnia-Herzegovina announced on 27 August that the municipal part of the ballot would be postponed to April or May of next year. That came in response to evidence that massive pressure and coercion have been used […]

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