Republika Srpska Presidential Election

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Republika Srpska Presidential Election, 2007 - Results
... results (with 55% of the votes counted), Kuzmanović won the election with 44.53% of the votes to Tadić's 33.28% and Ivanić's 16% ... e • d Summary of the 9 December 2007 Republika Srpska presidential election results Candidate Party Votes % Rajko Kuzmanović SNSD - Alliance of Independent Social Democrats - Milorad Dodik 169,863 41.33 Ognjen Tadi ...
List Of Prime Ministers Of Republika Srpska
... Republika Srpska This article is part of the series Politics and government of Republika Srpska Constitution Constitution Executive President Milorad Dodik Prime Minister Željka ...
Miodrag Simović
... was elected the Judge of the Constitutional Court of the Republika Srpska on 24 December 1998 and held the office until 13 May 2003 when he was appointed Judge of the Constitutional Court of BiH ... Department for Social Sciences of the Academy of Arts and Sciences of the Republika Srpska and the Head of the Criminal Procedural Law Clinic at the Faculty of Law in Banja Luka ... He is the Member of the Presidency of the Association of Lawyers of the Republika Srpska and the Member of the Editorial Board in six magazines ...
List Of Presidents Of Republika Srpska
... Republika Srpska This article is part of the series Politics and government of Republika Srpska Constitution Constitution Executive President Milorad Dodik Prime Minister Željka Cvijanović Government ...
St. George Shoots The Dragon - Production
... minister Koštunica and cultural minister Dragan Kojadinović) and Republika Srpska (under prime minister Milorad Dodik) that donated the total of ... the summer and fall of 2007 on locations in Serbia, Republika Srpska, and Bulgaria ... In Republika Srpska, the shooting took place in Omarska near Prijedor where the Battle of Cer was recreated ...

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