The article originally appeared at Tacno. Commenting on the recent events in Bosnia-Herzegovina, for the foreign media, Professor Esad Bajtal said: the protests in Bosnia-Herzegovina result from a mixture of poverty, hunger and injustice which defrauded citizens have been suffering and sustaining for twenty years. Bloch then the protests of the citizens are only a practical articulation of this life-thinking necessity. Evidently, this could no longer go on. Unfortunately, the justified rebellion has taken on some haphazard elements of destruction and burning.
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They have been indirectly doing that since the '90s of the last century. Bosnia's general election is scheduled to take place on October 7 with the election campaign that has officially kicked off on September 7. According to Bajtal, the election campaign never stops in Bosnia and it has only intensified a week ago. All in all, it is a fraud. Politicians gave 1, promises prior to the general election and fulfilled only 48 during the four-year term, Bajtal emphasized.
Commenting the upcoming visit of Russian Foreign Minister, Sergey Lavrov, and President of Serbia, Aleksandar Vucic, to Bosnia during the pre-election period, the analyst said the officials were not likely to express support to any political party.
Analyst: Religious communities politicians' key support. Author: N1 Sarajevo. Share: Link je kopiran Link je kopiran.
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Esad Bajtal studied and graduated from the Faculty of Philosophy in Sarajevo. In his professional career, he has worked as a lecturer and publicist, as well as in the editorial field of electronic media and print media. Bajtal: Yes, Sevdalinka is everything at the same time: Only that it is understood in the broad public, naturally superficially and simplified, only as a love song, and moreover as exclusively female. The cautious approach to this melopoetic phenomenon shows that, as a noble philosophy of life, it covers the broadest thematic circle and a whole spectrum of social themes.
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