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Elections in Bosnia and Herzegovina
ICG Bosnia Project, 22 September, 1996

The following report is the most comprehensive independent assessment of the elections in Bosnia-Herzegovina released to date. It follows on from ICG's earlier reports which advocated the postponement of the elections until the conditions for a free and fair vote were in place. ICG shall continue reporting on the implementation of the Dayton Accords into their second year, looking at the results of the recent vote and all its ramifications.

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Full, bound copies of this report are available from ICG's London office, which can be contacted by e-mail here.


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