The Presidency of Bosnia and Herzegovina is the head of state of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
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... Elected members Željko Komšić for the Croats Nebojša Radmanović for the Serbs Bakir Izetbegović for the Bosniaks e • d Summary of the 3 October 2010 Bosnia and Herzegovina Presidium election results Candidates Nominating parties Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina Republika Srpska Votes Bosniak list % Croat list % Votes Serb list % Željko Komšić (Croat) SDP BiH 336,961 60.6% Borjana Krišto (Croat) HDZ BiH 109,714 19.7% Martin Raguž (Croat) Croatian Coalition (HDZ 1990, HSP BiH) 60,234 10.8% Jerko Ivanković-Lijanović (Croat) NSRB 45,382 8.2% Pero Galić (Croat) 1,579 0.3% Mile Kutle (Croat) 1,069 0.2% Ferdo Galić (Croat) 972 0.2% Bakir Izetbegović (Bosniak) SDA 162,797 34.9% Fahrudin Radončić (Bosniak) SBB BiH 142,359 30.5% Haris Silajdžić (Bosniak) SBiH 117,168 25.1% Ibrahim Đedović (Bosniak) DNZ BiH 13,366 2.9% Mujo Demirović (Bosniak) BPS 8,946 1.9% Ðemal Latić (Bosniak) A-SDA 8,738 1.9% Ibrahim Spahić (Bosniak) GDS 6,947 1.5% Izudin Kešetović (Bosniak) BOSS 4,227 0.9% Aida Jusić (Bosniak) 2,347 0.5% Nebojša Radmanović (Serb) SNSD 295,624 48.9% Mladen Ivanić (Serb) Coalition Together for Srpska 285,927 47.3% Rajko Papović (Serb) Union for a Democratic Srpska/SDS 22,778 3.8% Total 1,022,806 604,329 Source Adam Carr's Election Archive, Izbori.ba. ...
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