Presidency Member (Croat) Zeljko Komsic of Bosnia and Herzegovina

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Quite remarkably, so far Komsic has been keeping his promise of updating his blog regularly.
As for the new Croat member of the presidency, HDZ and some of the Croat electorate protested that Zeljko Komsic was in fact elected by the social -democracy-oriented Muslim Bosniaks.
Komsic was not nominated by Croat parties, but by SDP, a multi-ethnic party.
Sarajevo _ The Croat member of Bosnia's tripartite presidency, Zeljko Komsic has hailed Karadzic's arrest as a major development for the country even if has come after so many years.
From what we know, he is arrested and The Hague has confirmed that, Komsic said at a press conference.
Komsic said that Karadzic is one of those most responsible people for the war in Bosnia, and he stressed that two more Hague fugitives are still free.
Komsic is a member of the opposition Social Democrats, and his election caused controversy among nationalists because he does not belong to an ethnically-based party.
HDZ considers itself to be the only political party in Bosnia responsible for representing interests of Bosnian Croats, and said Komsic was elected by votes of non-Croat voters, mostly Bosnian Muslims.
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I do not have a Croatian passport, but I do have a Bosnian passport," Komsic said among other, and this formulation (especially given everything he said during the round table discussion) left very little doubt that this young politician is extremely proud of the fact.
In such a situation, young, smart, handsome, and "pro-Bosnian" Croat Zeljko Komsic is an ideal choice for every office.
Komsic was eulogized as "a person of the day" and "seldom seen example of morality in this region.
Somehow everyone forgot to check where Zeljko Komsic lives now, to whom that apartment belonged before the war etc.
No one managed to publicly mention the (unofficial) information that mayor Komsic is building a beautiful and huge apartment in the district of Grbavica within the so-called additional construction program.
By the way, Komsic received "golden lily" for, as is claimed, exceptional achievements in the defense of Bosnia-Hercegovina.
Election officials announced Monday that Komsic had won the Bosniak-Croat federation seat with 40.
During the 1992-95 Bosnian war, Komsic was a member of the official, Muslim-led Bosnian army and fought against the Bosnian Croat army in 1993, when Bosnian Croats tried to secede from the unified, multiparty state.
Croat Democratic Union spokesman Miso Relota said Komsic had gotten only 3 percent of the Croat vote, but was elected with votes from non-Croats.
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Komsic is the Bosnian Croat representative of a three-member presidency of the Federation of Bosnia Herzegovina, a system established under the Dayton Accords.
The BiH Presidency member Zeljko Komsic has received today Lazar Manojlovic, educational worker, journalist and publicist, winner of the Civic Courage Award “Dusko Kondor” for the year of 2008, and who was declared righteous in Padova, Italy.
Mr Komsic expressed his gratitude, understanding and support to Lazar Manojlovic for his humanity and courage in fighting evil, characterizing him as a sincere humanist and antifascist, representing the living proof that it was for honourable people like himself that one can not hate the whole people and it is such people that enable co-existence among the different peoples.
Ambassador of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland to BiH Michael Tatham expressed his satisfaction at today’s meeting, saying that he was honored to represent Great Britain and Northern Ireland in Bosnia and Herzegovina, assuring that his country would continue and intense engagement in BiH.
The BiH Presidency member Zeljko Komsic expressed his gratitude on the cooperation that the two countries had so far, stating that he expected further engagement on the side of UK government.
The BiH Presidency member Zeljko Komsic received today a delegation of NATO headquarters in Sarajevo, including current commander – major General.
Iran was among the few nations who determinedly supported the Bosnian nation during the conflict, Zeljko Komsic said in a meeting with the Iranian President in New York.
Zeljko Komsic discussed developments in his country at RFE/RL headquarters in Prague.
An ethnic Croat and native of Sarajevo, Komsic is a member of the multi-ethnic Social Democratic Party.
Komsic said he did not want to argue with Jovic over the election.
when Bosnian Croats tried to secede from the unified, multiparty state.
only 3 percent of the Croat vote, but was elected with votes from non-Croats.
Zeljko Komsic was sworn in as the Croat member of Bosnia and Herzegovina's (BiH) tripartite presidency on November 6th, 2006, five weeks after the country's general elections on October 1st.
Komsic was born on January 20th, 1964, in Sarajevo.
In an address at the new presidency inaugural ceremony on November 6th, 2006, Komsic said he considered all citizens equal and pledged to perform his duties with integrity.
Komsic is due to take over the eight-month rotating presidency chairmanship from Radmanovic in July 2007.
President Komsic has the Croation seat in the Bosnian presidency for a four-year term which began in 2006.