Republic of Srpska: another breaking point in the Balkans?
Igor Radojicic, the President of National Assembly in Respublica Srpska
1966 - Born in Banjaluka
1980 - Member, Socialist Youth Association of Bosnia-Herzegovina
1989 - Graduates, Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Banjaluka University
1991 - Joins Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Banjaluka University
1998 - Member, National Assembly of the Republic of Srpska
2001 - Master’s Degree, Banjaluka University
2003 - Secretary General, Alliance of Independent Social Democrats
2003 - Deputy, National Assembly of Republic of Srpska
2006 - President, National Assembly of Republic of Srpska
The atmosphere in Bosnia and Herzegovina has deteriorated this year, partly because of Haris Silajdzic, a Bosnian Muslim leader who advocates the Serb Republic's abolition, and Milorad Dodik, his Bosnian Serb rival, who occasionally threatens to hold a referendum on secession from Bosnia. The independence of Kosovo has further complicated the situation. Is there a danger of growing tension and final break-up of this mini-Yugoslavia? We’ll be talking about it with Igor Radojicic, the President of the National Assembly in Respublica Srpska.