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Greens of Bosnia and Herzegovina

Greens of Bosnia and Herzegovina
Zeleni Bosne i Herzegovine
Leader Hasan Delić
Founded 2004
Headquarters Zenica
Ideology Green politics
International affiliation None
European affiliation None
Colours Green, White and Black
Ethnic group multiethnic
Website
www.zelenibih.com.ba
Politics of Bosnia and Herzegovina
Political parties
Elections
Part of a series on
Green politics
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The Greens of Bosnia and Herzegovina (Bosnian: Zeleni Bosne i Herzegovine, Zeleni BiH) is a Bosnian green political party.

Contents

  • History 1
  • Ideology & Issues 2
  • See also 3
  • External links 4

History

The party was founded in 2004. It is currently setting up its organization and preparing to participate in the 2006 general elections. The Greens also seek to strengthen their relations with other Green Parties, such as the European Green Party and NGOs in Bosnia-Herzegovina, like the peace-movement, the women's movement, the youth and student's movement, environmental organizations and labour unions.

Ideology & Issues

The party advocates on the following policies:

  • building a democratic, independent and sovereign Bosnia and Herzegovina;
  • protection of human rights and political freedoms;
  • strengthening local and regional government;
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina's entry into the European Union
  • a free market economy
  • protection of the environment
  • establishment of ecological standards for production,

See also

External links

  • Official website



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