12 March 2001 The international community’s High Representative in Bosnia, Wolfgang Petritsch, was right last week to exercise to the full his powers in removing obstructionist officials by dismissing extremist Bosnian Croat leader Ante Jelavic from the country’s joint presidency. Until now, Petritsch has been reluctant to intervene at the highest levels of public office. […]

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