BiH a failed experiment of the international community
On the 20th anniversary of the government of Republika Srpska, a ceremony attended by almost all representatives and ministers from earlier convened executive governments of the entity was held in Banja Luka.
Together in the building of the RS government were some of the war ministers and premiers, and all of those from recent governments.
In an address, some of the former prime ministers - all the way to the current Aleksandar Dzombic - made claims that last year was full of challenges, and how "everyone worked for the benefit of RS and the governments determined the fate of RS."
Milorad Dodik, who has spent three terms at the head of the RS executive branch, praised the solution of the Dayton agreement, but repeated his criticism of the international community that it has "degraded" that document.
Dodik said that today, BiH "shows itself as a failed experiment."
"We have no reason not to say that we in BiH, in this project of a Dayton BiH, introduced our subjectivity, which we must never forget, nor our territory..." Dodik said, adding that "in a political sense, what a more independent RS in BiH can be is our project, to which we
all should commit, without any desire to undermine the other."
In RS, he says, all are welcome and it shows as a community that can appreciate and accept differences and affirm them, and its chances are in this.