Independent Bosnia and HerzegovinaSee also: Politics of Bosnia and Herzegovina
Since its 1992 independence and the 1995 Constitutional framework of the Dayton Agreement, Bosnia and Herzegovina has followed a path of state-building, while remaining under final international supervision through the figure of the High Representative for Bosnia and Herzegovina. Bosnia and Herzegovina is a confederation of two Entities - the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina and the Republika Srpska, as well as the district of Brčko. Each of the Entities has its own constitution and extensive legislative powers.
Bosnia and Herzegovina is a potential candidate country for accession into the EU; an EU-BiH Stabilization and Association Agreement has been signed in 2008. Its accession to NATO is in the phase of negotiation, and a Membership Action Plan has been signed in April 2010.
- League of Communists of Yugoslavia
- President of Bosnia and Herzegovina
- List of Prime Ministers of Bosnia and Herzegovina
- List of heads of state of Yugoslavia
- List of Prime Ministers of Yugoslavia
- Politics of Bosnia and Herzegovina
- Republic Srpska
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