Sarajevo City Council wants a reform of legal competencies and territorial organization of the city

Sarajevo City Council wants a reform of legal competencies and territorial organization of the city


The Sarajevo City Council at yesterday's session decided that the Council should send an initiative to the Assembly of the Sarajevo Canton to reform the legal competencies and territorial organization of the City of Sarajevo, according to the recommendations of the international academic conference "Political and legal position of the City of Sarajevo in the system of local self-government in Bosnia and Herzegovina: possibilities for the reform of jurisdiction and territorial organization", held at the Academy of Sciences and Arts of Bosnia and Herzegovina in November 2022, CE Report quotes FENA.NEWS

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