Chairman of the Council of Ministers of B&H Denis Zvizdić said that the “coordination mechanism” will not derogate nor expand anyone’s constitutional jurisdiction, and that the cantons will not be included in the “coordination mechanism” if the Parliamentary Assembly of B&H manages to execute the “transfer of education system”.
At the first joint session of both Houses of the Parliamentary Assembly of B&H, the delegate in the House of Representatives of the PAB&H Saša Magazinović asked the Chairman of the Council of Ministers in which stage is the process of the adoption of the Decision on “coordination mechanism” on the European path and which elements of the roles of cantons in this process have been adopted or agreed upon until now.
Zvizdić said that the coordination mechanism will not derogate nor expand anyone’s constitutional jurisdiction.
“The coordination mechanism will be based on two basic principles – respect for constitutional jurisdictions on all levels of authority and efficiency in the work of bodies stipulated by the coordination mechanism. Significant steps forward have been made between the Council of Ministers of B&H and the entity governments, and the coordination mechanism should be terminated soon”, Zvizdić said.