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Nationalists win in Bosnia, including Serb who opposes 'impossible state'


SARAJEVO (Reuters) - A Serb nationalist who opposes Bosnia as a state won a share of its tripartite presidency, election results showed on Monday, as Serb, Croat and Muslim ethnic parties dominated their regions in voting likely to slow the country's march toward EU integration.

The largest parties from Bosnia's Serb, Muslim and Croat communities, which have been in power most of the time since its 1992-95 war ended, mostly entrenched their domination of all layers of Bosnia's complex government.

   

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