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SARAJEVO, Bosnia and Herzegovina (AP) — Bosnia’s general elections are expected to be about fighting rampant corruption and helping the country’s struggling economy. But at a time when Russia has strong pressure to reignite conflict in the tiny Balkan nation, Sunday’s vote looks like an easy test for longtime nationalists who have ignored the needs of the people.
Voters choose the three members of the shared Bosnian presidency, deputies of parliament at the state, entity and regional levels, and the president of the Serb-led part of the country. Longtime Bosnian Serb political leader Milorad Dodik, who is running for the latter post, has used the election campaign to champion a secessionist agenda and Russia’s war in Ukraine.
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