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Government insists new compulsory contributions will stay in force despite public anger.
14 Mar 14
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2 Mar 14
Both of Bosnia’s administrative territories face the same problems of unemployment and corruption, but only the Federation has seen protests so far.
21 Feb 14
March 1 demonstration will commemorate post-election violence of 2008.
18 Feb 14
Calls for an end to poor government, corruption and illegal privatisation as popular unrest continues.
11 Feb 14
Protests escalated into clashes with police and attacks on government offices.
11 Feb 14
Amid the worst violence to hit country since the end of the war, some are hoping the unrest will prompt real political change.
14 Nov 13
Parliament to hold emergency debate on a law that will require under-40s to pay hefty contributions.
1 Nov 13
Security services disrupt processions in Matanzas province for more than three months.
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