The President of Bosnia’s Republika Srpska (RS) entity, Milorad Dodik, said Thursday that the RS National Assembly is the only institution that has the right to decide on the property of that entity through its legal framework, and that "the protests in Sarajevo cannot change the Constitution of Bosnia and Herzegovina and the Dayton Agreement, which resolved the issue".
Dodik said that the RS’ position will not change when it comes to property.
“The RS National Assembly is the only one with the right to decide on the property of the RS through the legal framework. Protests in Sarajevo, supported by part of the international community, cannot change the Constitution of Bosnia and Herzegovina and the Dayton Agreement, which resolved the issue of property,” Dodik wrote on his Twitter profile.
As for the coalition of eight pro-Bosnian civic parties known as the “Eight”, Dodik said that they remain committed to partnering with them to form the state-level government based on the principles of the signed agreement.