The Alliance of Independent Social Democrats will have four delegates in the House of Peoples of the Parliamentary Assembly of BiH, and one from the Serb Democratic Party, it was decided today by voting in the National Assembly of the RS (RSNA) for delegates to the House of Peoples of the BiH parliament from the ranks of the Serb people.
As the President of the Commission for Election and Appointment, Ilija Tamindžija, said after the break in the session, 83 MPs (all of the MPs of the 11th convocation of the parliament) participated in the voting, and 82 valid and one invalid ballot were counted.
Sredoje Nović, Snježana Novaković Bursać, Radovan Kovačević and Nikola Špirić were elected from the SNSD, and Želimir Nešković from the SDS.
The House of Peoples of the BiH Parliament consists of 15 delegates, of which two-thirds, five Bosniaks and Croats each, are delegates from the FBiH, and one-third – five Serb delegates from the RS.
The adopted agenda of the First Special Session also includes the election of the deputy speakers of the RSNA, Fena news agency reports.