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A Changing Party Landscape?

An Analysis of the October 2010 Elections in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Ioannis Armakolas and Apostolis Karabairis

‘Sejdić-Finci ruling’ of the European Court of Human Rights. The BiH Political Parties This organizational complexity is reflected in BiH’s unique party system, where there are two different entity party systems that converge at the state level ( Šedo 2010 ). However, due to the country

Katerina Spasovska and Iso Rusi

cancel regulation of the internet media; the organization will have a representative in the Agency; any restrictions on media content will be consistent with the practice of the European Court of Human Rights and obligations of the print media will be reduced. ajm president, Naser Semalni, said that

Thierry Delpeuch and Margarita Vassileva

principles and international standards that left a wide margin for interpretation and adaptation ( Coman 2009 ). For the most part, these principles emerged from the recommendations of the Council of Europe and the jurisprudence of the European Court of Human Rights: independence of justice, respect for the

Günay Göksu Özdoğan and Büşra Ersanlı

European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) sees Lausanne Treaty that recognized only non-Muslims as minorities. According to him, the concept of ‘minority’ had changed. In the 1920s neither France nor Spain recognized Basques as a minority, but their approach had signifi cantly changed since late 1970s