Who is the current ruler of Bosnia?
|Presidency of Bosnia and Herzegovina|
|Incumbent Milorad Dodik Šefik Džaferović Željko Komšić since 20 November 2018|
|Seat||Presidency Building (Sarajevo)|
|Term length||Four years renewable once every individual term|
Who is Zeljko Komsic?
Željko Komšić (Croatian pronunciation: [ˈʒɛːʎkɔ ˈkɔmʃitɕ]; born 20 January 1964) is a Bosnian politician and diplomat who is the 6th and current Croat member of the Presidency of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Previously, he was a member of the national House of Representatives from 2014 to 2018.
Who led the Republika Srpska?
Radovan Karadžić, (born June 19, 1945, Šavnik, Yugoslavia [now in Montenegro]), physician, author, and politician who was leader (1990–96) of the Serb Democratic Party in Bosnia and president (1992–95) of the autonomous Republika Srpska, a self-proclaimed Serb republic within Bosnia.
Is Bosnia its own country?
Bosnia and Herzegovina is a Southeastern European country located in the western Balkans, bordering the Adriatic Sea, it was formerly one of the states of the former federation of Yugoslavia until it declared its independence in March 1992. Bosnia and Herzegovina occupies an area of 51,200 km² (19,768 sq.
Was Bosnia a part of Yugoslavia?
In the interwar period, Bosnia and Herzegovina was part of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia. After World War II, it was granted full republic status in the newly formed Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia.
Are Bosnian Serbs?
Bosnian Serbs are also the largest Serb community outside of Serbia itself. The main dispute in Bosnia arose from the dissolution of Yugoslavia, when most Serbs did not support the country’s independence, but instead joined the Serbian war-effort to dismember Bosnia and attach Serb controlled areas to Serbia.
Was Bosnia ever part of Serbia?
The emerging Serbian nation state also laid claim to Bosnia. In this context Gavrilo Princip, a Bosnian Serb and member of a nationalist movement, assassinated Archduke Ferdinand in June 1914, triggering World War I. Following the war, Bosnia became part of Yugoslavia (until 1929 Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes).