In Bosnia and Herzegovina, the smallest administrative unit is the municipality ("opština/општина" or "općina/опћина" in the official languages and scripts of the country). Prior to the 1992–95 Bosnian War there were 109 municipalities in what was then Socialist Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Ten of these formed the area of the capital Sarajevo.
After the war the number of municipalities was increased to 143, grouped in the following way:
In addition, Brčko District does not belong to either entity and is governed as a condominium of both FBiH and RS entities. The district corresponds to the pre-war Brčko municipality. Although technically not called a municipality, it is treated as such for statistic purposes.
Administratively each municipality has a municipality council and a municipality head, and they usually consist of an urban area with the surrounding villages and rural areas around it. Bosnia and Herzegovina also has 24 officially designated cities: Banja Luka, Bihać, Tuzla, Mostar, Zenica, Doboj, Prijedor, Bijeljina, Trebinje, Široki Brijeg, Cazin, Goražde, Livno, Zvornik, Gradiška, Živinice, Gračanica, Srebrenik, Gradačac, Visoko, Ljubuški and Čapljina, each correspond to a single eponymous municipality. The cities of Sarajevo and Istočno Sarajevo consist of four and six municipalities respectively, which roughly correspond to the ten pre-war municipalities which constituted the capital city.
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The Vrbas Banovina or Vrbas Banate, was a province (banovina) of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia between 1929 and 1941. It was named after the Vrbas River and consisted mostly of territory in western Bosnia with its capital at Banja Luka. Dvor district of present-day Croatia was also part of the Vrbas Banovina.
Under the "Law on Territorial Organization and Local Self-Government" adopted in 1994, Republika Srpska was divided into 80 municipalities. After the conclusion of the Dayton Peace Agreement, the law was amended in 1996 to reflect the changes to the entity's borders and now provides for the division of Republika Srpska into 64 municipalities.
The Inter-Entity Boundary Line, commonly abbreviated IEBL, subdivides Bosnia and Herzegovina into two entities and one district, the Republika Srpska, the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina and the Brčko District. The total length of the Inter-Entity Boundary Line is 1,080 km.
The municipal elections of Bosnia and Herzegovina in 1990 were won by several parties. In most municipalities they organized governments in coalitions, or independently if they had a large majority.
Istočno Sarajevo is a city located in the Republika Srpska entity of Bosnia and Herzegovina. It consists of a few suburban parts of pre-war Sarajevo which are now in the Republika Srpska and newly built areas. As of 2013, it has a population of 61,516 inhabitants.
Bosnia and Herzegovina, like many countries is made of geographical and historical and political regions. The current geopolitical regions were finalised with the signing of the Dayton Agreement.
Our Party is a social-liberal and multi-ethnic political party in Bosnia and Herzegovina, founded in 2008. Its current leader is Predrag Kojović. The party's founders are the world-renowned Bosnian directors Danis Tanović and Dino Mustafić. The party aims to break the dominance of nationalist parties in the Bosnian political system. On 4 June 2016, Our Party became the member of the Alliance of Liberals and Democrats for Europe.
Herzegovina is the southern and smaller of two main regions of Bosnia and Herzegovina, other being Bosnia. It never had strictly defined geographical or cultural-historical borders, nor has it ever been defined as an administrative whole in the geopolitical and economic subdivision of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Police of Republika Srpska is the executive and operative agency of the Ministry of Interior of Republika Srpska. It is headquartered in Banja Luka. The mission of police is the protection of the Constitution of Republika Srpska, security, protection of citizens and their rights.
Odžak may refer to the following places:
Moja TV is a Bosnian IPTV provider, subsidiary of the BH Telecom, which provides various thematic channels, HD and Timeshift channels, Video on demand, video recording, the use of an Electronic Program Guide (EPG) and other similar services. Customers must purchase or rent an IPTV set-top box and subscribe one of the four basic TV packages: Moja TV Phone, Moja TV Net, Moja TV Full and Moja TV Premi. There is also MojaTV Biz is a service designed for business customers.
Most Bosnian-gauge railway lines were built during the Austro-Hungarian Empire. Several 760 mm gauge railways were planned in order to link the extensive narrow-gauge railways in the Austro-Hungarian Empire with those in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Until the outbreak of the Balkan Wars in 1912 several were constructed.
The 2013–2014 season was FK Sarajevo's 14th (20th) in Bosnian Premier League, 54th consecutive season in the top flight and 66th season in existence of the club.
The seventh electoral unit of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina is a parliamentary constituency used to elect members to the House of Representatives of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina since 2000. It consists of Bosnian-Podrinje Canton Goražde and the southern part of Sarajevo Canton, including the municipalities of Novi Grad, Sarajevo and Ilidža.
The eighth electoral unit of Republika Srpska is a parliamentary constituency used to elect members to the National Assembly of Republika Srpska since 2014. It consists of the Municipalities of Sokolac, Han Pijesak, Istočna Ilidža, Istočni Stari Grad, Istočno Novo Sarajevo, Trnovo, Pale and Rogatica.