Dodik and Cvijanovic claim that the RS does not need the IMF Loan

cvijanovicWhile commenting on the set of the Law on Excise Duties that was not adopted in the House of Representatives of the Parliamentary Assembly of BiH, the President of RS Milorad Dodik and Prime Minister of the smaller BH entity Zeljka Cvijanovic noted that the RS does not depend on the arrangement with the IMF, but that these laws are part of the Reform Agenda.

They noted that the Government of the RS and SNSD will not participate in that anymore and that those who made that decision in BiH will have to explain their reasons to the representatives of the international community.

They assessed the initiative of the opposition parties for the dismissal of the Government of the RS as ridiculous because according to them, these parties do not have a majority of MPs in the National Assembly of the RS. Dodik noted that the statement from SDS in which they stated that they will refuse the position of a prime minister are particularly ridiculous because, as Dodik said, no one offered it to them.

Dodik and Cvijanovic repeated that there will be no changes when it comes to the Government of RS, that the initiative for the dismissal of the Government of the RS is just a distraction from the non-functioning of government at the state level and that SDS should pay more attention to solve their own problems instead of proposing what is unenforceable.

The President of the RS Milorad Dodik and Prime Minister Zeljka Cvijanovic stated that the story of excise duties is finished, and added that the government at the state level is not functioning.

“I can see the need for the opposition to make fuss in order to distract public’s attention from the events that are taking place in regard to political parties, especially the SDS, which is facing major problems in the field where they have several bosses, several representatives of the party and people who are offering certain arrangements etc. It is a real chaos,” noted Cvijanovic.

(Source: klix.ba)

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