More than thirty young, the mayor of the capital of Bosnia-Herzegovina on April 8, owns “European” and “international” cities, and intends to turn the page of the community department.
Benjamina Karic walked cautiously into Morica Han, the only caravan that still exists in Sarajevo, where Sarajevo’s filmmaker Danis Tanovic is filming the final scene of his next film. Ten and a half, When the technician activated the fire hose to spray artificial rain on the actors. After escaping the watering, she chatted with actors and producers for an hour. After the health curfew had just been lifted in Sarajevo, she was surprised by the first film made during the coronavirus period.
Benjamina Karic has never been with her radiant smile since her election to the election of the mayor of Sarajevo. April 8th is her 30th birthday, which makes her the youngest mayor in the city’s history. “And only the second sister-in-law!”, She added. A third source of pride is to have been elected “Consistent”, All political parties unite, with 26 votes from the city council. Election of young scholars, graduated in law and history, professor of law, recently engaged in politics, but first was the result of unexpected abandonment.
After the victory of the anti-nationalist movement composed of the People and the Justice Party (NiP, center right), our party (NS, Social Liberal Party), the Social Democratic Party (SDP, socialists) and independents, the 2020 elections in the city hall In November 2011, the leader of the “Four People” coalition announced the election (the leaders of the four districts of the city are elected by direct general elections, and the mayor of Sarajevo is indirectly elected by political representatives) party) Bogic Bogicevic. The last representative of Bosnia and Herzegovina served as Chairman of the Yugoslav Academy in Belgrade in 1991. Although from the Serbian community, he said no to Serbian leader Slobodan Milosevic in the vote on the implementation of martial law. Then he moved to Sarajevo, where he lived during the war and city siege (1992-1995), where he is still very popular.
For unknown reasons, Mr. Bogicevic feared that he would not receive a majority of votes at the last minute and withdrew his candidacy. The SDP movement then proposed to the other members of the “Quad” that its young vice president, Benjamina Karic (Benjamina Karic), could run for the election, but the Sarajeans did not know this. This was not only accepted by the other municipal winners, but elected including with the votes of the defeated nationalist parties.
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