Balkans: October 28, 2002


The nationalists have regained control of the Bosnian government. Based on the results of the October 5 election, Serb, Croat, and Muslim ultra-nationalists displaced three moderates and took control of Bosnia's tripartite presidency. Dragan Covic of the Croat Democratic Union (HDZ), Sulejman Tihic of the Muslim Party of Democratic Action (SDA), and Mirko Sarovic from the Serb Democratic Party (SDS) are now the joint presidents of Bosnia. All three men claim that they have moderated their views and intend to work for a democratic Bosnia. Well see.




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