The results of Sunday’s general election in Bosnia and Herzegovina are threatening to cause further instability in the Balkans – which was wrecked by war in the 1990’s.
Serb voters chose Milorad Dodik for one of the nation’s three Presidents – he wants to split the country.
His election’s likely to heighten tensions with Bosniak Muslims and the Croats who want to stay united.
Presenter: Hoda Abdel Hamid
Zoran Pavlovic – Political analyst.
Filip Mursel Begović – Editor in Chief, Stav magazine.
Adnan Huskic – Centre for Election Studies, Friedrich Naumann Foundation.
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