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House of Peoples (Bosnia and Herzegovina)

 

House of Peoples (Bosnia and Herzegovina)

House of Peoples
of Bosnia and Herzegovina
Coat of arms or logo
Type
Type
Leadership
Chairman
Structure
Seats 15
Political groups

Bosniak seats (5):

Croat seats (5):

Serb seats (5):

  •      SNSD  (2)
  •      PDP  (1)
  •      DNS  (1)
  •      SDS  (1)
House of Peoples of Bosnia and Herzegovina 2010.svg
Elections
Last election
October 3, 2010
Website
www.parlament.ba
This article is part of a series on the
politics and government of
Bosnia and Herzegovina

The House of Peoples of Bosnia and Herzegovina (Serbo-Croatian: Dom Naroda Bosne i Hercegovine/Дом Народа Босне и Херцеговине) is one of the two chambers of the Parliamentary Assembly of Bosnia and Herzegovina, with the other chamber being the House of Representatives of Bosnia and Herzegovina. It was established through the signing of the Dayton Agreement in 1995.

It has 15 members equally distributed among the three ethnic groups in Bosnia and Herzegovina: 5 Bosniaks, 5 Serbs, and 5 Croats. The members are appointed by the parliaments of the constituent republics. Their duty is to make sure that no law is passed unless all three groups agree on it.

Chairmen of the House of Peoples

# Name Term of Office Party
1 Momir Tošić 3 January 1997 September 1997 SDS
2 Avdo Čampara September 1997 May 1998 SDA
3 Petar Majić May 1998 1998 HDZ BiH
4 Vladimir Šoljić 4 December 1998 August 1999 HDZ BiH
5 Izet Žigić August 1999 March 2000 SBiH
6 Drago Ljubičić March 2000 2001 SNSD
7 Ilija Šimić 20 March 2001 October 2001 HSS
8 Sejfudin Tokić October 2001 29 April 2002 SDP BiH
9 Nikola Špirić 29 April 2002 31 January 2003 SNSD
10 Velimir Jukić 31 January 2003 30 September 2003 HDZ BiH
11 Mustafa Pamuk 30 September 2003 28 May 2004 SDA
12 Goran Milojević 28 May 2004 18 January 2005 PDP
13 Velimir Jukić 18 January 2005 30 September 2005 HDZ BiH
14 Mustafa Pamuk 30 September 2005 29 May 2006 SDA
15 Goran Milojević 29 May 2006 14 April 2007 PDP
16 Ilija Filipović 14 April 2007 14 November 2007 HDZ BiH
17 Sulejman Tihić 14 November 2007 14 July 2008 SDA
18 Mladen Ivanić 14 July 2008 26 February 2009 PDP
19 Dušanka Majkić 26 February 2009 14 March 2009 SNSD
20 Ilija Filipović 14 March 2009 14 November 2009 HDZ BiH
21 Sulejman Tihić 14 November 2009 14 July 2010 SDA
22 Dušanka Majkić 14 July 2010 20 May 2011 SNSD
23 Ognjen Tadić 20 May 2011 9 February 2012 SDS
24 Dragan Čović 9 February 2012 Incumbent HDZ BiH

Members (2010-2014)

Bosniaks Croats Serbs

See also

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