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|Presidency of Bosnia and Herzegovina
Predsjedništvo Bosne i Hercegovine
Предсједништво Босне и Херцеговине
|Residence||Presidency Building Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina|
|Term length||4 years, renewable once|
|Inaugural holder||Alija Izetbegović|
|Formation||5 October 1996|
|Bosnia and Herzegovina|
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According to the Article V of the Constitution, the Presidency consists of three members: one Bosniak and one Croat elected from the Federation and one Serb elected from the Republika Srpska. Together, they serve one four-year term.
The member with the most votes becomes the chairman unless he or she was the incumbent chairman at the time of the election, but the chairmanship rotates every eight months, to ensure equality.
The Presidency is responsible for:
When the country declared independence in 1992, the Presidency consisted of:
Over the course of the Bosnian war, the Presidency underwent several changes: the Serb members Plavšić and Koljević, as well as the Croat member Boras, left the Presidency early on and were replaced by Nenad Kecmanović, Mirko Pejanović and Ivo Komšić, respectively. Kecmanović soon also left, and was replaced by Tatjana Ljujić-Mijatović. After a while, Abdić was replaced with Nijaz Duraković.
Živko Radišić with 52% of the Serb vote was elected chairman of the collective presidency for the first 8 months; Ante Jelavić with 52% of the Croat vote followed Radišić in the rotation; Alija Izetbegović with 87% of the Bosniak vote won the highest number of votes in the election but was ineligible to serve a second term until Radišić and Jelavić had each served a first term as Chairman of the Presidency. Ante Jelavić was replaced by Jozo Križanović for the remainder of his term based on a decision issued by Wolfgang Petritsch, High Representative for Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Election held 5 October 2002.
Mirko Šarović with 35.5% of the Serb vote was elected chairman of the collective presidency for the first eight months; Dragan Čović received 61.5% of the Croat vote; Sulejman Tihić received 37% of the Bosniak vote.
Dragan Čović was dismissed by the High Representative Paddy Ashdown, after Čović was indicted for financial corruption; however, the trial hasn't taken place yet. The Parliament replaced him with Ivo Miro Jović.
|Candidates - Nominating parties||% Bosniaks||% Serbs||% Croats|
|Sulejman Tihić - Party of Democratic Action||37.3|
|Haris Silajdžić - Party for Bosnia and Herzegovina||34.8|
|Alija Behmen - Social Democratic Party of Bosnia and Herzegovina||17.5|
|Fikret Abdić - Democratic People's Community||4.1|
|Faruk Balijagić - Bosnian Party||1.9|
|Emir Zlatar - Bosnian-Herzegovinian Patriotic Party||1.3|
|Rasim Kadić - Liberal Democratic Party||1.0|
|Mirko Šarović - Serbian Democratic Party||35.5|
|Nebojsa Radmanović - Party of Independent Social Democrats||19.9|
|Ognjen Tadić - Serbian Radical Party of the Republika Srpska||8.7|
|Desnica Radivojević - Party of Democratic Action||8.2|
|Branko Dokić - Party of Democratic Progress||8.1|
|Mirko Banjaé - League of People's Rebirth||4.6|
|Mladen Grahovac - Social Democratic Party of Bosnia and Herzegovina||4.5|
|Dargutin Ilić - Socialist Party of the Republika Srpska||3.7|
|Milorad Cokić - Democratic People's Alliance||3.2|
|Svetozar Radivojević - Serbian People's Alliance of the Republika Srpska||1.0|
|Dragan Čović - Croatian Democratic Union of Bosnia and Herzegovina||61.5|
|Mladen Ivanković-Lijanović - Economic Bloc||17.4|
|Mijo Anić - New Croatian Initiative||8.8|
|Stjepan Kljuić - Republican Party of Bosnia||5.1|
|Željko Koroman - Croatian Right Bloc||2.8|
|Žarko Mišić - Croatian Christian Democratic Union||2.8|
|Total (turnout 53.9 %)||100.0||100.0||100.0|
Election held 1 October 2006.
|Haris Silajdžić||SBiH||288,321 (62%)|
|Sulejman Tihić||SDA||130,470 (28%)|
|Mirnes Ajanović||Patriotski Blok BOSS-SDU BiH||38,412 (8%)|
|Nebojša Radmanović||SNSD||216,631 (55%)|
|Mladen Bosić||SDS||98,329 (25%)|
|Ranko Bakić||13,198 (3%)|
|Željko Komšić||SDP||97,267 (41%)|
|Ivo Miro Jović||HDZ BiH||59,831 (25%)|
|Božo Ljubić||(HDZ 1990)||42,424 (18%)|
|Mladen Ivanković Lijanović||20,954 (9%)|
Election held 3 October 2010.
|Candidates||Nominating parties||Federation of
Bosnia and Herzegovina
|Željko Komšić (Croat)||SDP BiH||336,961||60.6%|
|Borjana Krišto (Croat)||HDZ BiH||109,714||19.7%|
|Martin Raguž (Croat)||Croatian Coalition (HDZ 1990, HSP BiH)||60,234||10.8%|
|Jerko Ivanković-Lijanović (Croat)||NSRB||45,382||8.2%|
|Pero Galić (Croat)||1,579||0.3%|
|Mile Kutle (Croat)||1,069||0.2%|
|Ferdo Galić (Croat)||972||0.2%|
|Bakir Izetbegović (Bosniak)||SDA||162,797||34.9%|
|Fahrudin Radončić (Bosniak)||SBB BiH||142,359||30.5%|
|Haris Silajdžić (Bosniak)||SBiH||117,168||25.1%||:|
|Ibrahim Đedović (Bosniak)||DNZ BiH||13,366||2.9%|
|Mujo Demirović (Bosniak)||BPS||8,946||1.9%|
|Ðemal Latić (Bosniak)||A-SDA||8,738||1.9%|
|Ibrahim Spahić (Bosniak)||GDS||6,947||1.5%|
|Izudin Kešetović (Bosniak)||BOSS||4,227||0.9%|
|Aida Jusić (Bosniak)||2,347||0.5%|
|Nebojša Radmanović (Serb)||SNSD||295,624||48.9%|
|Mladen Ivanić (Serb)||Coalition Together for Srpska||285,927||47.3%|
|Rajko Papović (Serb)||Union for a Democratic Srpska/SDS||22,778||3.8%|
|Source: Adam Carr's Election Archive, Izbori.ba|