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House of Peoples of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina

House of Peoples of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina is an upper house of the Parliament of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina, the lower being the House of Representatives.

The House of Peoples is composed out of 17 delegates from each of the constitutive nations of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bosniaks, Croats and Serbs as well as seven delegates of the minorities. The House of Peoples has one chairman and two vice-chairmans.[1]

Delegates

Bosniak delegates

      Party of Democratic Action (SDA)
      People's Party Work for Betterment (NSRB)
      Social Democratic Party (SDP BiH)
      Union for a Better Future of BiH (SBB BiH)







# Name Party
1 Almedin Alefendić SDA
2 Mukadesa Anadolac NSRB
3 Esad Bašagić SDA
4 Zahid Bašić SDA
5 Hajrudin Bećirović SDP BiH
6 Adnan Jupić SBB BiH
7 Mustafa Kurtović SDA
8 Zijat Mušić SDA
9 Ekrem Prošić SDP BiH
10 Dževad Rađo SBB BiH
11 Enes Salkanović SDA
12 Salko Selman SDA
13 Jasmin Smailbegović SDP BiH
14 Senahid Šaković SDP BiH
15 Jasenko Tufekčić SDA
16 Hanka Vajzović SDP BiH
17 Amir Zukić SDA
Croat delegates

      Democratic People's Union (DNZ)
      Croatian Democratic Union (HDZ BiH)
      Social Democratic Party (SDP)
      Croatian Democratic Union 1990 (HDZ 1990)
      People's Party Work for Betterment (NSRB)
      Croatian Party of Rights (HSP BiH)



# Name Party
1 Elvira Abdić-Jelenović DNZ
2 Milenko Bandur HDZ BiH
3 Mirko Batinić HDZ BiH
4 Ivan Brigić SDP BiH
5 Ivo Divković SDP BiH
6 Luka Faletar HDZ 1990
7 Janja Ivić SDP BiH
8 Tomislav Mandić HDZ BiH
9 Tomislav Martinović HDZ BiH
10 Mijo Matanović HDZ BiH
11 Vesna Klisura-Nemec SDP BiH
12 Karolina Pavlović NSRB
13 Stipo Pelivan HDZ BiH
14 Josip Perić HSP BiH
15 Đuro Prkačin HDZ BiH
16 Ivo Tadić HDZ BiH
17 Radoje Vidović HDZ BiH
Serb delegates

      Social Democratic Party (SDP BiH)
      Croatian Democratic Union of Bosnia and Herzegovina (HDZ BiH)
      Independent (Ind.)
      Our Party (NS)
      Liberal Democratic Party (LDS)
      Alliance of Independent Social Democrats (SNSD)
      People's Party Work for Betterment (NSRB)
      Democratic People's Alliance (DNS)

# Name Party
1 Branislav Crnogorac SDP BiH
2 Zora Dujmović HDZ BiH
3 Slađan Ilić SDP BiH
4 Zoran Jovanović SDP BiH
5 Mira Jurić Ind.
6 Predrag Kojović NS
7 Mladen Lonić SDP BiH
8 Mira Ljubijankić SDP BiH
9 Mirjana Malić SDP BiH
10 Slaviša Mihajlović SNSD
11 Daliborka Milović LDS
12 Drago Puzigaća SNSD
13 Sretko Radišić SDP BiH
14 Vesna Saradžić SDP BiH
15 Nikola Simić SDP BiH
16 Slobodan Tomić NSRB
17 Vlatko Zrilić DNS
Minority delegates

      People's Party Work for Betterment (NSRB)
      Independent (Ind.)
      Union for a Better Future of BiH (SBB BiH)
      Social Democratic Party (SDP)
      Bosnian Party (BOSS)







# Name Party
1 Damir Čardžić NSRB
2 Amel Hadžiabdić Ind.
3 Huso Obradović SBB BiH
4 Edina Papo SDP BiH
5 Esad Radeljaš BOSS
6 Segmedina Srna-Bajramović SDP BiH
7 Aner Žuljević SDP BiH


References

  1. ^ "Organizacija Doma naroda" (in Croatian). House of Peoples of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Retrieved 3 September 2012. 
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