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PM Kosor campaigns in Bosnia and Herzegovina

02. December 2011. | 11:17

Source: Croatian Times

Croatian Prime Minister Jadranka Kosor has visited Mostar where the Bosnia and Herzegovina branches of her party Croatian Democratic Union (HDZ) held a pre-election rally.

Croatian Prime Minister Jadranka Kosor has visited Mostar where the Bosnia and Herzegovina branches of her party Croatian Democratic Union (HDZ) held a pre-election rally.

Croats living in Bosnia and Herzegovina who have dual citizenship can vote in the upcoming parliamentary elections scheduled for 4 December in the XI. electoral or diaspora unit. Historically HDZ has had a stronghold amongst Bosnian Croats.

Kosor told journalists gathered that Croatia has a constitutional responsibility to protect the interests of Croats living outside of the country’s borders, including Croats in Bosnia and Herzegovina. She said that with Croatia’s entrance into the European Union in July 2013, the country will strengthen its position to support those in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

President of HDZ BH Dragan Covic called the citizens of Bosnia and Herzegovina who have the right to vote in the parliamentary elections to support HDZ in the XI. unit because "HDZ can ensure an equal status for the Croat people in Bosnia and Herzegovina."

Bozo Ljubic from HDZ 1990 said that considering Croatia’s upcoming membership in European Union, the three diaspora representatives will be a bridge that would connect BH with the European Union. The representatives would, Ljubic said, support Bosnian Croat's striving for equality and BH on its road to EU membership, daily Jutarnji List writes.


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