2022 General Elections in BiH: Political changes are required, but are they possible?

Progress in multiethnic societies is inconceivable as long as there is a practice to vote for the candidate who is a member of “one’s own” ethnic community regardless of his or her “profile”, and not to vote for respectable, competent and capable candidates who instill trust and who will work for the benefit of all citizens regardless of their ethnic affiliation. Nevertheless, political changes are possible in a civilized way and with a pen in the hand.



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