Tougher Stance From Lajcak?

August 2007
Emerging Europe Monitor: South East Europe Monitor;Aug2007, Vol. 14 Issue 8, p11
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The article focuses on the succession of Miroslav Lajcak from Christian Schwarz-Schilling's position as High Representative for Bosnia and Herzegovina on July 1, 2007. Taking over as High Representative is never an easy task, however, it was, worsen because of the pervading turmoil in country's political system. Consequently, there is a possibility that Lajcak would use some of his powers to either terminate elected politicians or force through some of the much needed constitutional changes.


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