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Bearing in mind these activities, strengthening and greater engagement of the Bosniak Cultural Community "Preporod" in the RS entity is of great importance, as well as work with children and young people,' said Salkic, after his convesration with Sanjin Kodric, President of 'Preporod' in Saraejvo.
Bakir Izetbegovic, the Muslim Bosniak presidency member who had called for the ruling to be revised while his Serb and Croat colleagues did not, said the court's decision was political.
"We don't dispute the right of the Muslim Bosniaks to mark their holidays but they can neither dispute this right to us."
It should not be overlooked that there were also Croatian women who were raped by Serbian paramilitaries as part of this campaign, as well as Serbian women who were raped by Croatian and Bosniak soldiers.
Thus, Bosniaks in Croatia generally present themselves as European and as people who culturally and civilizationally belong to Croatia and to Europe as well.
Davutoy-lu defended the fund, saying it was meant to help Bosniaks who were forced to leave their homes during the Bosnian War of 1992-95.
One of the important differences between the census in 1991 and 2013 is that the 1991 census provided the "Muslim" option for Muslim Bosniaks.
Now many Gorani and Bosniaks are coming to the realization that a Bulgarian citizenship might be a springboard for an escape from the deeply economically troubled Kosovo, where unemployment is estimated to be soaring well over 40%.
With more than half of votes counted on Monday, while it was revealed that most Bosniaks support a multiethnic party seeking a more central government, Croats mainly favour a call for their own autonomous region and Serbs support the push for a secession.
Thousands of Muslim Bosniaks paid respect to 127 victims of the 1995 Srebrenica massacre buried in individual graves on Monday in a ceremony avoided by Serbs after survivors said they were not welcome because they denied genocide had occurred.
The bodies were found in graves 400 metres from a bridge where 16 Bosniaks from Jablanica were killed in 1992.
The 1995 Dayton peace agreement introduced a political system in which Muslims -- known as Bosniaks -- along with Serbs and Croats are the Balkan country's "constituent peoples" and the only ones with access to top jobs.
The final meeting of the Organizing Committee for marking the 24th anniversary of the genocide against Bosniaks "UN Safe Zone" in Srebrenica in July 1995 was held at the headquarter of the Government of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
According to a report in the Guardian newspaper of Britain, 72-year old Zijahudin Smailagic has somehow organized 3,000 Bosniaks, 2,600 Croats and about 1,500 Serbs (enemy combatants during that period of bloody communal violence) to press state authorities to pay up for the time they lost while incarcerated.
President of the Srebrenica Municipal Assembly Nedib Smajic and Deputy Mayor of Srebrenica Hamdija Fejzic condemned the Serb associations' placement of a plaque that happened today at the building of the old police station where in May 1992, Bosniaks of Srebrenica had been murdered in the most brutal manner.