Serb member of the Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH)Presidency, Milorad Dodik, told SRNA that there was nothing to be done to unify BiH, so the narrative about divisions that would occur due to a decision of the Office of the High Representative (OHR) sound cartoonish.

Asked to comment on yesterday’s protests by citizens in front of the OHR who, at the invitation of the SDA, came to oppose the announced decisions of Christian Schmidt on amending the Constitution of the Federation of BiH and the Election Law of BiH, Dodik told SRNA that BiH was divided and that was clear to everyone except those, who in the story of unity, saw their concept of life in Bosnia and Herzegovina, in which one nation was questioned, while the other two dominated.

“If they hadn’t advocated BiH as a Muslim state from the beginning, and only looked at the rest of us being there until the natural increase does its job, they probably wouldn’t be protesting today, falsely pretending that they were there on behalf of everyone,” Dodik stressed.