The Chairman of the BiH Presidency, Milorad Dodik, received death threats for the second time in the past seven days, his cabinet said on Monday.
An unknown man directed many threats and profanities at the Serb member of the State Presidency and his family, when they called on the official cabinet phone number, stressing that “the war’s not over yet.”
The Serb Presidency member’s cabinet said the man most likely called from Belgium and that they informed all the police agencies immediately afterwards.
Bosnia and Herzegovina’s Presidency consists of three members coming from one of three constituent peoples in the country – Serbs, Bosniaks and Croats.
Milorad Dodik, the leader of the nationalist Alliance of independent Social Democrats (SNSD) served as President of one of Bosnia’s two semi-autonomous entities, the Serb-dominated, Republika Srpska (RS).
After taking office of Bosnia’s Presidency Chairman, following the October general election, Dodik was threatened in late November when a man who introduced himself as Ibro, threatened him from a German phone number.
He insulted Dodik and his associates threatening to “set them all ablaze.”