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POSITION OF NATIONAL AND RELIGIOUS MINORITIES IN BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA

Slavo Kukić ; Faculty of Economics, University of Mostar, Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina


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Abstract

The author analyses the results of the research “Position of national and religious minorities in Bosnia and Herzegovina”. The research has shown that the slowest to move back into their pre-war homes have been the members of Serbian ethnicity. More than 70 percent of the citizens of B&H are ready to return to their homes. Concerning human rights, more than half of the population think that basic human rights are not respected in B&H. The author claims that the war has triggered off major demographic population shifts and led to a dramatic decline in basic civil and human rights. However, the results of the study give rise to some optimism since it has shown that only a tiny percentage of people do not accept B&H as their common state.

Keywords

Bosnia and Herzegovina, state, ethnic rights, civil rights, migrations, national minorities, war

Hrčak ID:

24576

URI

https://hrcak.srce.hr/24576

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