After the meeting in Brussels where leaders of seven major political parties from Bosnia met with representatives of the European Commission to discuss implementation of the Sejdic-Finci ruling, which would allow ethnic minorities to be elected as members of Presidency and eliminate discrimination in electoral process, representatives of
the six parties expressed optimism that a final agreement could be reached very soon.
On the other hand, the Party of Democratic Action, the party that won
most votes in previous elections disagreed with this emphasizing that
the agreement does not address the essence of the Sejdic-Finci ruling
when it comes to non-constitutive people.
Members of the Party of Democratic action believe that this agreement
paves way for formation of the third entity in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
But while other party leaders agreed on some level and are sure that they will come to a solution soon, Party of Democratic Action stressed out that there is a possibility that they ask the Venice Commission for an opinion on the agreed solutions for implementation of the Sejdic-Finci ruling.
Although a lot of progress was made during this meeting, still it looks like that non stop battle between politicians continues in Bosnia and results of all those disputes between them, unfortunately affect citizens the most.