Nermin Nikšić, President of the SDP, and Fahrudin Radončić, President of SBB, discussed today the current political situation in Bosnia and Herzegovina and the region.
A special point of the meeting also referred to the arrival and meetings, which will be held with the United States Special Representative for Electoral Reform in B&H Matthew Palmer and the Director of the European External Action Service Angelina Eichhorst.
The common position is that at this moment, the most important thing is to find solutions that are optimal for the future of B&H and that the new and very difficult situation should not be used in a known way, that is to put party calculations and personal interests before the state interests.
Also, it was concluded that media placement and giving offers for joint signing of individual statements, without previous inter-party meetings and detailed talks, are not a productive and expected approach.
Nevertheless, the bodies of these two parties will discuss the offered Statement published by the SDA yesterday. The SDP has already announced that it will give its official statement at its Main Board, which is being held on Saturday, and SBB will do the same on Monday, after the Collegium of Presidents.
SDP and SBB will continue to advocate the already known political and legal positions regarding the amendments to the Election Law in meetings with representatives of the international community and, most importantly, in the Parliamentary Assembly of Bosnia and Herzegovina.