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Nadaleko poznati politički pragmatičar i jedan od onih koji drže do svoje riječi i ispunjava svoja obećanja, Bakir Izetbegović zvani Žuti, tokom obilježavanja 22. godišnjice nezavisnosti Bosne i Hercegovine je još jednom pokazao građanima Bosne i Hercegovine kome su dali glas. Stojeći kraj očeva mezara čije je skute čuvao za rata Izetbegović je propisno ispričao s novinarima. Prema riječima ovog uglednog političara u proteklih 22 godine postignuto je mnogo, a prema njemu političari su dobili žuti karton. Ako on vidi žute kartone, čini se da se narodu crveni pred očima i to dobro.
Former Yugoslavian and Croatian President Stjepan Mesić this week visited Bosnia and Herzegovina where he spoke about current problems and declared intention to present a proposal for new composition of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Current composition of two entities, one of them divided into ten cantons, and weak federal government is a result of peace negotiations in Dayton, Ohio in 1995 between representatives of three main ethnic groups, US, Croatia and Serbia. Complex governmental system and ethnic model of Parliament seats distribution caused many problems to Bosnia and Herzegovina over the last twenty years, stalled all reforms and made almost impossible to reach agreement on any question important for people of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Now Mr. Mesić wants to create new composition of Bosnia and Herzegovina in effort to change overall governing system and to move country forward towards European Union and NATO pact membership.
Upravo kada sam pomislio da me na balkanskoj, pogotovo bh. političkoj sceni ništa više ne može iznenaditi dogodio se Mirsad Kebo. Klaun koji već dugi niz godina zabavlja domaću i stranu javnost svojim nepromišljenim izjavama, gotovo nikad ispunjenim obećanjima i uvredama koje nespretno upućuje građanima ne samo Federacije nego i cijele Bosne i Hercegovine. Continue reading
Recent history shows that Canadian diplomacy and foreign policy often haven’t been on the right side of history, especially since Stephen Harper become a Prime Minister, much less since John Baird become his foreign affair minister. They made several mistakes in relation with MidEast, Arab Spring but surprisingly they’re not only on the right side of history in case of Ukraine’s fight for democracy, but Harper-Baird duo took leadership. Continue reading
BC government is one of those which are better known as trouble creators rather than solvers and fixers. Over the last almost three years since Christy Clark become premier of this province positive things are that rare that even “handful” is too much to be use. But finally they managed to come with something positive, financially responsible and let’s say in one with other democratic institutions in Canada and all over the world. This week BC government announced that municipal terms would be extended from current three year to four year term as of this November when we will elect new or re-elect old representatives. Continue reading
Canadian politics are one of the most interesting places in the world, especially when it comes to foreign politics and Canadian political leaders approach to it. Stephen Harper, reasonably or not, years ago decided to ditch United Nations due to his view that being active participant in its business is not benefiting Canada and its interest across the world. Also his stands on Mid-East political issues are not very welcomed among various groups or nations, but one Canadian political leader in particular recently caused very heated reactions and offended many. Justin Trudeau, presumed favourite ahead of next year federal elections, is showing to everybody that he is not ready to take highest office in the country. Probably older Canadians would say that he reminds them of his late father once PM who walked in the House of Commons in flip-flops, Hawaiian shirts and in 1971 mumbled “fuddle duddle” to colleague across the aisle. His son, Justin, who today leads Liberals and its seen as potential successor to Stephen Harper as Prime Minister managed first to leave speechless whole country with his praise to Chinese government and now offended whole Ukrainian nation with his “hockey joke”. Continue reading
Nezadovoljstvo građana Bosne i Hercegovine uistinu je trajalo predugo i onda kada je narodu došlo do guše sve je to eksplodiralo onako kako je eksplodiralo prije neke dvije sedmice. Jedino iznenađenje predstavlja činjenica da je narod uspio šutiti i trpiti ovoliko dugo, a to je gotovo dvije decenije od kraja rata. Zato narod snosi i dio odgovornosti, ali narod također ima i obavezu da reaguje i da političare stavi na ono mjesto koje im pripada. To mjesto je da služe narod i građane, a ne da služe vlastite džepove, porodice i da svoje nasljednike obezbjeđuju za narednih desetak generacija.
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