National Assembly Speaker Nedeljko Cubrilovic has said all political parties from Republika Srpska find unacceptable the unreliable and incorrect census results, which are the consequence of a methodology imposed by a unilateral decision without the consent of the country’s statistics professionals or the Central Census Bureau.
During a Monday visit from the departing Norwegian Ambassador to Bosnia and Herzegovina, H.E. Anne Vibeke Lilloe, Cubrilovic pointed out that the National Assembly was committed to European integration and that it had proved it by a unanimous adoption of the Statement on the Principles of Bosnia and Herzegovina’s Accession to the European Union, as well as by the adoption of a set of reform laws whose goal was to harmonise the standards, improve the business environment and regulate the financial market.
According to the parliamentary speaker, Republika Srpska is open for any kind of constructive collaboration for the purpose of improving the standard of living of its citizens, creating a favourable political environment and attracting foreign investments.
With respect to that, said Cubrilovic, one of the main priorities of the National Assembly is to create a legislative framework for quicker business and economic development, generation of jobs for youth and allowing them to build a better future in their own country.
The parliamentary speaker’s PR office reported that Cubrilovic and Lilloe had spoken about continuing the successful cooperation and the current political issues, and that the speaker thanked the ambassador for the extensive assistance that the Norwegian government had provided to the citizens of Republika Srpska and Bosnia and Herzegovina.