Presidency member promises legal aid to Bosniaks facing discrimination in school

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Presidency member promises legal aid to Bosniaks facing discrimination in school

The Croat member of Bosnia’s tripartite Presidency said on Monday that he would provide legal aid to the parents of Bosniak children in the eastern village of Liplje, who still have not attended school this year due to alleged discrimination, if the issue of the lack of Bosnian language classes in the local school remains unresolved.

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