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MEP Preda on Zvizdic appointment

SARAJEVO, 9. 02. 2015 – Bosnia’s three-member Presidency named a prime minister-designate (President of Cauncil of Ministers) architecture professor Denis Zvizdić, in the first step towards forming a national government needed to push through economic reforms sought by the European Union.

Cristian Preda, European Parliament rapporteur on Bosnia and Herzegovina, following the appointment of Denis Zvizdic as Chairman of the Council of Ministers sad: “I welcome the nomination of Denis Zvizdić as Chairman of the Council of Ministers of Bosnia and Herzegovina. I hope the government will be rapidly formed, so it can start working on the much-needed reforms, aimed at addressing people’s concerns, and moving the country forward on its path to the EU.”

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