Central European Morning Report: "Challenges and Adjustments: Bosnia and Herzegovina Grapples with Infrastructure Works and Legislative Changes"

Central European Morning Report: "Challenges and Adjustments: Bosnia and Herzegovina Grapples with Infrastructure Works and Legislative Changes"

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Emergency Road Works Cause Traffic Disruptions Across Bosnia and Herzegovina: Major road projects underway in Bosnia and Herzegovina are leading to significant traffic disruptions across various regions. Works on the Nemila-Topčić Polje main road and the Dobro Polje-Miljevina section are prompting complete traffic suspensions, rerouting vehicles through alternative routes. Additionally, bridge damage and tunnel demolitions are further impacting traffic flow, with restrictions on vehicle weight and lane closures. The BiHAMK Road Information Center advises drivers to exercise caution and adhere to traffic regulations amidst the ongoing road works.

Government Proposes Emergency Ordinances for Fiscal and Infrastructure Adjustments: The government is poised to discuss emergency ordinance projects aimed at modifying fiscal-budgetary measures and infrastructure laws. These proposals encompass adjustments to management positions in reorganized institutions, allowances for economic operators, and the continuation of social programs supporting birth rates. Additionally, legislative amendments regarding excise duties, military personnel status, humanitarian aid provisions, and infrastructure investments are on the agenda, reflecting a comprehensive approach to addressing fiscal sustainability and societal needs.

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