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The impact of potential coalitions to the future of European integration of BiH after the general elections

Alisa Karović

The “Initiative for Monitoring of the European Integration of BiH” and “Coalition Equality” has a pleasure to invite you to a round table meeting where representatives of political parties, academia and civil society will discuss the future of European integration in BiH after the general elections.

The meeting will be held in a Sarajevo, on Friday, November 21st. at 12:00 in the ACIPS building, Zmaja od Bosne street bb (blue building at the campus of the University of Sarajevo0

The round table will discuss the potential coalitions of parties that won the trust of voters in the elections, the program of these parties and potential coalitions in the context of European integration, as well as a detailed analysis of BiH commitments in the context of the Euro-Atlantic integration.

Topics of discussion will include among others of the German-British initiative and its economic and social reforms, the same mechanism of coordination, the implementation of ECHR “Sejdić and Finci” judgment, the issue of resolution of military property. We will present and analyze the compatibility of political parties programs with the European obligations, as well as to what extend the programs correspond with each other, and examine currently available post-election coalition agreements.

The round table will be moderated by:
• Saša Gavrić, “Initiative for Monitoring of the European Integration of BiH”

Introduction to discussion:
• Aida Ajanović i Damir Dajanović, UG Zašto ne, “The analisis of political parties’ programs and the agreement of SDA-DF-Savez za promjene”
• Adnan Huskić, lecturer at the Sarajevo School of Science and Technology
• Darko Brkan, Coalition Equality

In the introductory part representatives of political parties will present their program objectives and priorities, with special reference to the context of EU integration.

We invite to the round table representatives of all political parties at the state and entity level, prominent academics, representatives of the international community, and civil society. The round table will be open to the public.