The National Assembly of Republika Srpska has unanimously backed the proposed statement on the principles of Bosnia and Herzegovina’s EU accession process.
At a special session on Wednesday evening, the parliament unanimously adopted the conclusion with 67 votes, whereby the Assembly was acquainted with the wording of the statement.
The conclusion comes into effect one day after it is published in the Official Gazette of Republika Srpska.
The MPs also adopted a conclusion by which the National Assembly demands that the Srpska Government, elected Srpska representatives in the BiH Parliamentary Assembly and Council of Ministers take strict care, during the application of the statement principles, of the constitutional powers of the entity and reject any issue that is not in line with that.
The parliament sticks to its previous view regarding the case of Sejdic and Finci vs. BiH and the coordination mechanism on EU related matters and demands their consistent application.
This conclusion was backed by 63 MPs, four were against, while no one abstained from voting.
Parliament speaker Nedeljko Cubrilovic closed the 6th special session of the National Assembly of Republika Srpska.