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Bosnia gets government after 14-month impasse

By DW
24 December 2019   |   10:33 am
Parliament has authorized Prime Minister Zoran Tegeltija's new cabinet after lengthy political wrangling in the Balkan country. The EU welcomed the government's formation as a step towards European integration.

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