In order to be a politician in this country, you do not have to have the education from the field of political sciences. There are cases where, apparently, education is not needed at all. A range of schools and colleges in the biographies of local political leaders is truly wide.
The leader of the Serbian Democratic Party, Mladen Bosic, main rival of Milorad Dodik, graduates on the Faculty of Electrical Engineering while his party colleague Ognjen Tadic graduated on the Faculty of Law in Banja Luka.
Emir Suljagic graduated from the Faculty of Political Sciences in Sarajevo and received his doctorate at the Institute for Peace Research and Security Studies in 2009. Sefer Halilovic graduated from the Military Academy and the Faculty of Political Sciences in Belgrade.
Damir Hadzic graduated from the Faculty of Political Sciences in Sarajevo, Department of Journalism, and Ismeta Dervoz completed Economic – Commercial School. Zivko Budimir graduated from the Military-Technical School in Rajlovac.