Bosnian parties fail once again to agree on government formation.

By bne IntelliNews February 11, 2011
The representatives of the 12 parliamentary-presented parties in Bosnia failed once again to reach an agreement on the establishment of a parliamentary majority and forming of a central government, FENA news agency reported. The parties decided to try to resolve the deadlock in mutual contacts and another meeting of the 12 parties will be called only after a parliamentary majority is formed. We remind that the parliaments constitutive session on November 30 was interrupted and postponed several times since then. More than three months after the October elections, Bosnia is still gripped by a political deadlock with no central government formed. Some analysts expect the situation to drag out for more months. The 1992-1995 war split Bosnia into two semi-independent entities - The Serb Republic and the Muslim-Croat Federation. They are linked by weak central institutions while each has its own government.

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