In Bosnia and Herzegovina a country with the highest number of registered political parties, even month after local elections, some questions are still on agenda weather they are coming from the parties that won or those that lost.
Milorad Dodik, President of Republika Srpska stated that he wants elections to be repeated in Srebrenica. In a tight battle between Muslim and Serb candidate, Camil Durakovic, independent candidate who is also a Muslim, won most votes and he should be mayor of Srebrenica
Referring to the campaign "I will vote for Srebrenica“ that was a part of Camil Durakovic pre-election campaign, Milorad Dodik stated that before elections people registered in Srebrenica because of the political reasons and now they are signing out from Srebrenica.
Although The Central Election Commission announced the final results that included results in Srebrenica and Camil Durakovic election as the new municipal mayor, many appeals that came afterwards brought Camil Durakovic's victory in question.
After the genocide in Srebrenica, according to statistics Serbs and are now mainly majority of the population and they are not satisfied with the new elected mayor. Once again the survivals of genocide and families of the victims can not be left in peace
It seems that Srebrenica will always be wound not only to its victims but also to those that want to gain control and authority over it.
So far The Central Election Commission did not respond regarding Dodik's statements and although elections finished a while ago they are still the main topic. Many here say A non-stop battle between Muslim and Serb politicians continues in Srebrenica.