Vox Populi

15.3.2015 – VOX POPULI –
In 2014, the European Union in BiH presented the “Compact for Growth and Jobs” which includes a number of recommendations for BiH authorities. In your opinion, what is the most important economic reform that Bosnia and Herzegovina needs to undertake? No 2.

27.01.2015 – VOX POPULI –
During their recent visit to BiH aimed at kicking-start the stalled EU reform plan, Ministers of foreign affairs of Germany and United Kingdom urged local leaders to grasp what they called a unique opportunity. Do you think that the BiH political leaders will make the most of this generous offer? No 1.

19.11.2014 – VOX POPULI –
The foreign ministers of Germany and Great Britain presented their plan to break the BiH deadlock with the EU. Do you believe that this plan will finally move the country out of the current crisis? No 11.

04.11.2014 – VOX POPULI –
This year the Report for BiH was labelled as the worst for BiH so far’. Will this be an incentive for local authorities to finally take the necessary actions to bring the country back on the EU road? No 10.

07.10.2014 – VOX POPULI –
The European Union in BiH has recently presented the “Compact for Growth and Jobs”. In your opinion, what do you see as the tasks of the new government following the elections in october? No 9.

29.8.2014 – VOX POPULI –
The International Conference for flood relief confirmed solidarity with the country by collecting pledges of aid of 809.2 million euros. Do you think this money will be spent transparently? No 8.

14.07.2014 – VOX POPULI –
In your opinion, are the October elections an opportunity for the country to move forward on its path towards membership of the EU? No 7.

20.06.2014 – VOX POPULI –
In your opinion, how can Bosnia and Herzegovina avoid devastating consequences of floods in the future and how should the EU help with that? No 6.

25.05.2014 – VOX POPULI –
What reform or initiative is most needed to help create jobs in the BiH economy? No 5.

29.04.2014 – VOX POPULI – How important is the pro EU orientation of political parties in the next General Elections? No 4.

25.03.2014 – VOX POPULI – How important is EU support for the development of BiH agriculture? No 3.

13.03.2014 – VOX POPULI – How relevant is the Erasmus Mundus study programme for young people in BiH? No 2.

13.02.2014 – VOX POPULI – While all other countries in the region continue to make progress along the path towards the EU, BiH is falling behind. Whose responsibility do you think it is to speed things up? No 1.

17.12.2013 – VOX POPULI – How do you see BiH’s EU perspective as we move towards a new year? No 12.

20.11.2013 – VOX POPULI – Do you think that the fight against organized crime and corruption are key issues that will affect the future long term prosperity of BiH? No 11.

24.10.2013 – VOX POPULI – Should the right to education be free of political, national and religious influence in order to fulfil its role of helping individuals to acquire creativity, knowledge and skill? No 10.

19.09.2013 – VOX POPULI – In terms of cultural development and the preservation of BiH’s uniqueness and diversity, do you feel that world should know a lot more about BiH’s culture? No 9.

16.08.2013 – VOX POPULI – What would be the most important factor to stop the current “brain drain” from BiH? No 8.

18.07.2013 – VOX POPULI – What do you think of recent protests? Do they change anything? No 7.

20.06.2013 – VOX POPULI – Do you think that the upcoming State Census is necessary for BiH? No 5.

13.05.2013 – VOX POPULI – What do you think the impact of Croatian accession will be on BiH? No 4.

18.04.2013 – VOX POPULI – Do you think that the BiH media is independent? No 3.

15.03.2013 – VOX POPULI – What is your opinion on BiH’s EU perspective? No 2.

23.01.2013 – VOX POPULI – What is your opinion on BiH’s EU perspective?

Harsh comments directed towards journalists by politicians have drawn criticism in recent weeks. In your opinion, are journalists in BiH given enough space to do their job? Is there anything that the media houses should improve?
The Reform Agenda adopted recently by all three levels of government has a broad scope covering economic, social, administrative and rule of law measures. What reform do you want to see implemented most urgently?
BiH was recently approved to be included in the list of countries eligible to export heat treated milk and dairy products to the European Union. Do you think this will have a positive impact on the improvement of the quality of BiH products, in order to be more competitive for export to the European Union market?
The “Education and Jobs Fair: Learn – Explore – Network” co-organised by the Office of the European Union Special Representative and the Royal Norwegian Embassy in BiH was held in Banja Luka in March. What other actions do you think need to be undertaken, especially by BiH authorities, to help people find the right job for them?
In 2014, the European Union in BiH presented the “Compact for Growth and Jobs” which includes a number of recommendations for BiH authorities. In your opinion, what is the most important economic reform that Bosnia and Herzegovina needs to undertake?
During their recent visit to BiH aimed at kicking-start the stalled EU reform plan, Ministers of foreign affairs of Germany and United Kingdom urged local leaders to grasp what they called a unique opportunity. Do you think that the BiH political leaders will make the most of this generous offer?
The foreign ministers of Germany and Great Britain presented their plan to break the BiH deadlock with the EU. Do you believe that this plan will finally move the country out of the current crisis?
This year the Report for BiH was labelled as the worst for BiH so far’. Will this be an incentive for local authorities to finally take the necessary actions to bring the country back on the EU road?
The European Union in BiH has recently presented the “Compact for Growth and Jobs”. In your opinion, what do you see as the tasks of the new government following the elections in october?
The International Conference for flood relief confirmed solidarity with the country by collecting pledges of aid of 809.2 million euros. Do you think this money will be spent transparently?
In your opinion, are the October elections an opportunity for the country to move forward on its path towards membership of the EU?
In your opinion, how can Bosnia and Herzegovina avoid devastating consequences of floods in the future and how should the EU help with that?
What reform or initiative is most needed to help create jobs in the BiH economy? No 5.
How important is the pro EU orientation of political parties in the next General Elections?
How important is EU support for the development of BiH agriculture?
How relevant is the Erasmus Mundus study programme for young people in BiH?
While all other countries in the region continue to make progress along the path towards the EU, BiH is falling behind. Whose responsibility do you think it is to speed things up?
How do you see BiH’s EU perspective as we move towards a new year?
Do you think that the fight against organized crime and corruption are key issues that will affect the future long term prosperity of BiH?
Should the right to education be free of political, national and religious influence in order to fulfil its role of helping individuals to acquire creativity, knowledge and skill?