PRESS REVIEW FROM SLOVENIA, MARCH 19, 1992
Ljubljana, 19 March - VEČER: DOES BOSNIA REST IN PEACE? - It seems that the three nations of Bosnia have come to common grounds. All three nations, the Muslims, Serbs and Croats, are considered to be constituent parts of the state, according to the principles of the new constitution of Bosnia and Herzegovina. The Leader of the Serbian Democratic Party, Karadžič, expressed his satisfaction with the agreement. The cantonization of Bosnia was achieved by it and that is what Bosnian Serbs were striving for all the time. But it was exactly the reverse process of the Swiss cantonization. In Switzerland the cantons caused an integration, whereas in Bosnia they cause a disintegration. This is the reason that the peace in Bosnia depends on the ability of its national leaders to agree about the limits of disintegration, writes Boris Jaušovec.
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