News Roundup, 10.10.2014 (1): “ELECTIONS 2014” Thursday

SARAJEVO – A ban on publishing public opinion polls in connection with the BiH general elections has been in force since 07:00.

MOSCOW – Russian sociologist and geopolitician Alexander Gelyeyevich Dugin said that the BiH general elections, which will be held on Sunday, October 12, are causing discomfort in the West since “another presidential term for the strongest Serbian politician, Milorad Dodik, could become a turning point.”

BIJELJINA – Belgrade-based political analyst Dragomir Andjelkovic feels that the official Moscow does not want change of governments in Banjaluka and Belgrade.

BANJALUKA – The candidate of the SNSD-DNS-SP Coalition for Republika Srpska president, Milorad Dodik, said that his opponent from the Alliance for Change, Ognjen Tadic, is more concerned about BiH than about Republika Srpska.

BANJALUKA – The candidate of the Alliance for Change for Republika Srpska president, Ognjen Tadic, said that because of the current situation, citizens are very much worried about the position and status of BiH.