“Prime Minister Plenković joined other regional leaders in Mostar on Monday for the 21st International Economic Forum, an event aimed at bolstering regional economic cooperation. Asked about efforts by Bosniak politicians to diminish the roled of the upper chamber of parliament – a body based on national representation – Plenković told reporters that Croatia expected Bosnia and Herzegovina to abide by constitutional court ruling which struck down parts of the electoral law that had made it possible for Bosniak voters to choose Croat representatives in the upper chamber.
‘In the political sense, we support good relations between our two countries and equality for Croats as one of the three constituent peoples. We hope a solution will be reached on the electoral law before the elections this fall. Croatia would like to see an agreement and compliance with the Constitutional Court ruling,’ Plenković said.” (Voice of Croatia)