The Law on Territorial Organization and Local Self-Government was amended in 1996 to provide that certain municipalities whose territory was now completely or partially located in the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina would "temporarily stop functioning." In addition, the parts of these former municipalities that were located in Republika Srpska (if any) were incorporated into other municipalities.
- Centar Sarajevo
- Glamoč (part included in Šipovo)
- Gradačac (parts included in Modriča and Pelagićevo)
- Grahovo (formerly Bosansko Grahovo)
- Ilijaš (part included in Sokolac)
- Konjic (parts included in Nevesinje)
- Lukavac (parts included in Petrovo)
- Maglaj (parts included in Doboj)
- Olovo (parts included in Sokolac)
- Skelani (included in Srebrenica)
- Srbobran (parts included in Šipovo) (formerly Donji Vakuf)
- Tuzla (parts included in Lopare)
In addition, parts of the territory of the Kladanj municipality (not formerly a municipality of Republika Srpska) were included in Šekovici municipality.
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