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In the latest phase of Bosnia’s seemingly never-ending battle over competencies, members of the National Assembly of Republika Srpska in Banja Luka voted on February 10 in support of creating a separate high judicial and prosecutorial council that would not be accountable to the central government in Sarajevo.  The draft is not final at this time, as it has now entered a 60-day public-discussion process after which Republika Srpska deputies must again discuss and approve the final version. 

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