Council of Ministers approved
Chairman of the Council of Ministers of Bosnia and Herzegovina (Prime Minister), Denis Zvizdić (Party of Democratic Action [SDS]), who replaced the former Chairman, Vjekoslav Bevanda, yesterday has announced his new Council of Ministers.
The list was approved by 26 of the 34 Deputies present in the House of Representatives. Parties represented in the new Council of Ministers include Democratic Action Party (SDA), Serbian Democratic Party (SDS), Democratic Front (DF) and Croatian Democratic Union (HDZ).
After the election in 2010 it took 16 months to form a government, this time it has taken just under six months; the general election was held on 12th October 2014. In mid-March the European Union (EU) also unblocked stalled talks for EU accession of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
The following persons were appointed Ministers in the Council of Ministers;
|Igor Crnadak||Minister of Foreign Affairs of Bosnia and Herzegovina|
|Mirko Šarović||Minister of Foreign Trade and Economic Relations|
|Vjekosav Bevanda||Minister of Finance and Treasury|
|Slavko Matanović||Minister of Communications and Transport|
|Adil Osmanović||Minister of Civil Affairs|
|Semiha Borovac||Minister for Human Rights and Refugees|
|Josip Grubeša||Minister of Justice|
|Dragan Mektić||Minister of Security|
|Marina Pendreš||Minister of Defence|
You can find the full list of Ministers here.