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Published on May 9, 2011
Bosnia-Herzegovina is facing its most serious crisis since it was established as a state 15 years ago, the international representative for the country has warned, accusing Bosnian Serb officials of threatening its viability.
In a regular report to the United Nations, Valentin Inzko, an Austrian diplomat who represents Bosnia, accused Bosnian Serb authorities of engaging in "concrete actions which represent the most serious violation of [the 1995 the Dayton peace accords that ended the Bosnian war] that we have seen since the agreement was signed".
The Bosnian Serb parliament's latest challenge to Bosnia's central authority was to back plans last month for a referendum that questions the legality of Bosnia's national court. Bosnian Serb officials say the court, which prosecutes suspects of war crimes, is biased against Serbians.