The House of Peoples of the BiH Parliamentary Assembly rejected the conclusion suggested by the Bosniak Caucus on securing funds for financing the General Elections to be held on October 2 this year, after a discussion during Monday's emergency session.
The proposed conclusion provided that “the Minister of Finance and Treasury in the Council of Ministers of BiH is ordered to make a proposal for a decision on allocating funds to the Central Election Commission of BiH (CEC) for the 2022 elections in the amount of 12,528,000 Bosnian marks, in accordance with the CEC request, and The Council of Ministers of BiH to adopt the said decision within 48 hours, thus making the said funds available to the CEC for the purpose of conducting the 2022 general elections.”
Out of 15 delegates, six voted “in favour” of the proposed conclusion, eight delegates were against it, and one abstained.
Six delegates from the Federation of BiH entity supported the conclusion, while four were against it. Four delegates from the Republika Srpska entity voted against it, while one abstained.