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The House of Peoples of Bosnia And Herzegovina (Bosnian: Dom Naroda Bosne i Hercegovine) is one of the two chambers of the Parliamentary Assembly of Bosnia and Herzegovina, with the other chamber being the House of Representatives of Bosnia and Herzegovina.

This Bosnian organ (House of Peoples) was established in 1995, through the signing of the Dayton Peace Agreement in November 1995, which was later (on December 14) signed in Paris, France.

The House of Peoples of BiH has 15 members equally distributed among the three ethnic groups in Bosnia: 5 Bosniaks, 5 Serbs, and 5 Croats. The members are appointed by the parliaments of the constituent republics. Their duty is to make sure that no law is passed unless all three groups agree on it. This arrangement is unpopular in Bosnia among the Bosniaks, but attempts to change it would have to be approved by the chamber itself.

Chairmen of the House of Peoples

  1. Momir Tošić 3 January 1997 - September, 1997
  2. Avdo Čampara September, 1997 - May, 1998
  3. Petar Majić May, 1998 - 1998
  4. Vladimir Šoljić 4 December 1998 - August, 1999
  5. Izet Žigić August, 1999 - March, 2000
  6. Drago Ljubičić March, 2000 - 2001
  7. Ilija Šimić 20 March 2001 - October, 2001
  8. Sejfudin Tokić October, 2001 - 29 April 2002
  9. Nikola Špirić 29 April 2002 - 31 January 2003
  10. Velimir Jukić 31 January 2003 - 30 September 2003
  11. Mustafa Pamuk 30 September 2003 - 28 May 2004
  12. Goran Milojević 28 May 2004 - 18 January 2005
  13. Velimir Jukić 18 January 2005 - 30 September 2005
  14. Mustafa Pamuk 30 September 2005 - 29 May 2006
  15. Goran Milojević 29 May 2006 - 14 April 2007
  16. Ilija Filipović 14 April 2007 - 14 November 2007
  17. Sulejman Tihić 14 November 2007 - 14 July 2008
  18. Mladen Ivanić 14 July 2008 - 26 February 2009
  19. Dušanka Majkić 26 February 2009 - Present

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