Promoted collection of essays entitled ‘Parliamentarism in Bosnia and Herzegovina’
Sarajevo open centre on 18th of February 2013, in co- operation with foundation Friedrich Ebert, held a promotion of collected essays entitled ‘Parliamentarism in Bosnia and Herzegovina’. Guided by experience working on research projects like Introduction to Political System of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Chosen Aspects (2009) and the State, Politics and Society in BiH- analysis of after- Dayton Political System (2011) that had for an aim to show a picture of post- Dayton political system of Bosnia and Herzegovina, analysis of parliamentarism has for an aim to gets deeper into functioning of parliamentary system in Bosnia: from state, entity to cantonal and municipal with all problems and specifics.
Collection of essays Parliamentarism in Bosnia and Herzegovina is a result of one- year engagement of group of young Bosnian scientists, and continuation of work of Sarajevo open centre on inter- disciplinary scientific projects aimed to show support young scientists from Bosnia and Herzegovina and promotion of qualitative and objective science- research work in area of social sciences. The book is a result of joint effort of 7 authors from Bosnia and Herzegovina and it includes 10 articles about theoretical assumptions of usage and a way of organizing representative bodies, about some parliamentary structures in Bosnia and Herzegovina and about structural and procedural questions specific for complex BiH parliamentary system. It was made by Saša Gavrić, director executive of Sarajevo Open Centre and Damir Banović, scientific partner in Sarajevo Open Centre. Authors of some of the articles are lawyers: Maja Sahadžić, Goran Marković, Enis Omerović, Aida Kreho, Nedim Kulenović, then political scientists Mirna Jusić and Nermina Saračević as well as sociologist Zlatiborka Popov- Momčinović. They represent highly qualified young scientists with local and international diplomas, big number of published relevant scientific articles, that are working at universities in Sarajevo, East Sarajevo, Zenica and with state and international organizations as well as foreign and local non- governmental organizations in BiH.