Opposition Parties Ally in Bosnian Serb Entity

Source: Balkan Insight

The Union for Changes was formally established at a ceremony held on April 30 in Banja Luka, the main city in Republika Srpska. The leading parties in the bloc are the Serbian Democratic Party, SDS, the largest opposition party in the mainly Serbian entity, the Party of Democratic Progress, PDP, the People’s Democratic Movement, NDP, and the Serbian Radical Party of Republika Srpska, SRS RS.“Forming the Union for Changes means a new political ambient in Republika Srpska,” Mladen Bosic, President of the SDS, said.


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  1. Speaking on Wednesday, Dodik said the union would contribute nothing good to Republika Srpska. “They would make a funeral of [Republika] Srpska if they came to power, which I am convinced they will not,” Dodik said, adding that the Union for Changes should rather be called the “Union for Funerals”.
    Comments speak the intellect level of commentator. Where Mr Dodik stands is clear from his remarks. Leaders always present visions and work for the harmony and betterment of nations and do not fuel the existing fires. Hope it can be understood by so called leaders of the region.

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