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Parliament of Bosnia and Herzegovina

Parliamentary Assembly of
Bosnia and Herzegovina

Parlamentarna skupština
Bosne i Hercegovine
Type Bicameral
Houses House of Representatives
House of Peoples

The Parliamentary Assembly of Bosnia and Herzegovina (Parlamentarna skupština Bosne i Hercegovine) is the bicameral legislative body of Bosnia and Herzegovina. It consists of the following two chambers.

  • The House of Representatives (Predstavnički dom/Zastupnički dom) has 42 members, elected for a four year terms by proportional representation.
  • The House of Peoples (Dom Naroda) has 15 members, appointed by the parliaments of the constituent republics.[dubious ]

Its predecessors were the one-chamber Assembly of Bosnia and Herzegovina and the People's Assembly of Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Presidents of the People's Assembly (1953-1990)[1][2]

Đuro Pucar 1953-1963
Ratomir Dugonjić 1963-1967
Džemal Bijedić 1967-1971
Hamdija Pozderac 1971-1978
Niko Mihaljević 1978-1981
Vaso Gačić 1981-1983
Ivica Blažević 1983-1984
Salko Oruč 1984-1987
Savo Čečur 1987-1989
Zlatan Karavdić 1989-1990

Speakers of the Assembly (1990–97)

  1. Momčilo Krajišnik 1990 - 29 October 1992
  2. Abdulah Konjicija (acting) 29 October 1992 - 25 December 1992
  3. Miro Lazović 25 December 1992 - 3 January 1997

See also


External links

  • BiH Parliament Official website (Bosnian) (Croatian) (Serbian)
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