Republika Srpska President Milorad Dodik and Croat member of the BiH Presidency, Dragan Covic, assessed yesterday that there is a problem in the functioning of institutions at the state level, and thus the implementation of the Reform Agenda is jeopardized.
Dodik believes that the problem in the functioning of BiH institutions arose due to inert governing structure at the state level.
“Republika Srpska has a bad position at the state level because of the behavior of Srpska representative at BiH level,” Dodik told reporters in Banjaluka after meeting with Covic.
He has reiterated that the behavior of Serb ministers in the BiH Council of Ministers while voting on the Bill on amendments to the Criminal Code of BiH is not acceptable.
Dodik has said that Republika Srpska has an idea of the law on judicial system, which would be under the jurisdiction of Srpska.
Covic has said that BiH is late on its European path therefore it is necessary for the coordination mechanism to start functioning.
He has reiterated that there is no parliamentary majority at the state level.
Commenting on the Bill on Amendments to the Criminal Code of BiH, Covic has said that Croatian ministers in the Council of Ministers of BiH will not support any legal solution, which does not recognize Republika Srpska’s views.