Bosnia PM Calls for Early Elections amid Massive Protests

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Bulgaria: Bosnia PM Calls for Early Elections amid Massive Protests Protestors hold a banner reading `We want the names of the billionares` in front of the Ali Pashina mosque during a protest march in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, 11 February 2014. EPA/BGNES

Bosnian PM Nermin Niksic has proposed the holding of snap elections as a result of massive anti-corruption protests that have gripped the country.

At present, Bosnia and Herzegovina's constitution does not allow for the holding of early elections.

Wednesday the PM of the Bosnian-Croatian federation within the larger Bosnia and Herzegovina confederative entity tabled to parliament a motion for legislative amendments that will make snap elections possible.

Monday protesters in many Bosnian cities consolidated calls for an overthrow of power and a new general vote.

Tuesday thousands of people gathered again across the country in protest against economic stagnation, unemployment and a perceived massive corruption among political elites.

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