Bosnian central bank board members sacked by president

The Central Bank of Bosnia and Herzegovina

Two members of the Bosnian central bank’s five-member board have been sacked by the country’s presidency, according to locally-based reporters.

Both Bosnia’s presidency and its central bank are governed by arrangements put in place at the end of the country’s bitter civil war in the early 1990s. The arrangements agreed by the Dayton peace treaty give equal representation to the country’s three main ethnic groups: Bosniaks, who are mainly Muslim; Croats; and Serbs.

Bosnia’s three-person

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