The General Framework Agreement for Peace in Bosnia and Herzegovina (it's also known as the Dayton Agreement) put an end to the Bosnian War, that lasted for three years and a half. The agreement foresaw the creation of Bosnia and Herzegovina, consisting of two autonomous entities. The Presidency became the highest administrative body, serving as head of state. The Presidency consists of three members – one Bosniak, one Croat and one Serb representative.
The Dayton Agreement laid the foundation of modern constitutional structure of Bosnia and Herzegovina, however, the issues of peace and war are still present on the territory of the state. The Republica Srpska annually celebrates the anniversary of the end of the conference at Dayton on November 21, bribing it autonomy and peace.Remind me with Google Calendar
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