FBiH HoR - agenda of third session fail to be adopted, fourth commences.
The proposed agenda for the third regular session of the House of Representatives of the Parliament of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina, which was adjourned in June and then resumed this morning, did not receive the required majority of votes.
Therefore, Speaker of the House of Representatives of the FBiH Mirsad Zaimovic formally ended that session and opened the fourth regular session.
The "fall" of the agenda of the previous one does not mean, however, that some of the points that have been announced will be left aside because Zaimovic announced that they will be nominated for the agenda of the fifth session, which will follow in about 15 days, according to him.
Among other topics, amendments to the Public Revenue Affiliation Act were proposed in the 'failed' agenda. The proponent was the representative Hamdija Abdic, and the aim was for the Una-Sana Canton, that is, Bihac and Velika KladuA!a to receive more funds from the FBiH level in the distribution of public revenues than hitherto, since it has been hit hardest by the migrant crisis in the Federation of BiH.
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|Publication:||Federalna Novinska Agencija (Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina)|
|Date:||Sep 10, 2019|
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