Federalism and consociational democracy to ensure equality for Croats in Bosnia

Federalism and consociational democracy may help the Croats in Bosnia and Herzegovina to be on an equal footing with the other two constituent peoples: the Bosniaks and the Serbs, according to a study titled "Bosnia and Herzegovina

The study, financially supported by the Croatian state office for relations with Croats outside Croatia, also shows that inequality among the three constituent nations was one of the main reasons why Bosnia and Herzegovina was in a crisis.

The study's editor, Ivan Vukoja, called for the equality of all the three constituent peoples as a prerequisite for integration, manageability, stability and progress of Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Professor Ugo Vlaisavljevic of the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences at Sarajevo University, said that the solution to the Croat issue was imperative, and he described the Croats as "the minority among the constituent peoples".

Last update: Wed, 23/03/2016 - 20:46

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