A Changing Party Landscape?

An Analysis of the October 2010 Elections in Bosnia and Herzegovina

in Southeastern Europe
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This article examines the 2010 general elections in Bosnia and Herzegovina, in view of the upcoming 2014 elections. The authors argue that analyses of Bosnian elections need to take into account the realignment of the Bosnian party system during the second half of the 2000s. Through an analysis of the 2010 election results, the constants and the shifts in Bosnian electoral behavior are detected and employed along with the governmental record of the recent years to propose what the stakes of the upcoming elections might be.

A Changing Party Landscape?

An Analysis of the October 2010 Elections in Bosnia and Herzegovina

in Southeastern Europe

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