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Parliamentary parties consider 6 draft election rules for Mostar City

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MOSTAR, Mar 13 (FENA) - Representatives of the Mostar City  Boards  of 9 parliamentary parties held a second meeting in Mostar on Tuesday  at which they  discussed  issues regarding the local elections in  the City.

The host of today's meeting, President of the Mostar City  Board of HDZ BiH,  Damir Dzeba,  told reporters that all proposals and models  including changes to the Election Law at the BiH Parliamentary Assembly were presented, which had been forwarded  to the Parliamentary Assembly of BiH, as well as some models  personally submitted to them during preparation for the meeting.

- Today, we have presented 4 models, and we have a new model of SBB, and the model proposed by the SDS and the SNSD, but we have not received it in writing - Dzeba said.

According to his words,  the conclusion is that all models should be forwarded by the next meeting  so that a common denominator could be agreed upon.  

Dzeba said that at today's meeting the most discussed  was the question  whether a part of the proposal regarding the Central Zone  was  constitutional or not, and whether part of the solution should be the introduction of the  deputy mayor  in the City of Mostar.

 - It was   agreed  upon that experts at constitution should be invited  to the next meeting to help form a framework for agreement on what can be found in the proposals, to have a high level of consensus to reach an agreement in Parliament and finally adopt amendments to the Mostar Election Law -   Dzeba pointed out.

It was also concluded that the meetings would continue and that the next was scheduled to be held in 15 days.

The meeting was attended by representatives of all  9 parliamentary parties, SDA, HDZ BiH, SDP BiH, SBB, HDZ 1990, SNSD, BPS, SDS and DF, and representatives of OHR, US Embassy  to BiH and representatives of the EU Mission to BiH.

 

(FENA)
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