Government of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina
The Government of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina,[note 1] commonly abbreviated to the Federal Government,[note 2] is the main executive branch of government in the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina, one of the two entities of Bosnia and Herzegovina. It is headed by the prime minister. The Federal president, in agreement with both vice-presidents of the Federation, appoints the Federal Government, upon consultation with a prime minister or a nominee for that office. The Government is elected after its appointment has been confirmed by a majority vote in the Federal House of Representatives.
|Government of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina|
|Vlada Federacije Bosne i Hercegovine |
Влада Федерације Босне и Херцеговине
|Established||31 May 1994|
|State||Bosnia and Herzegovina|
|Main organ||Parliament of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina|
|Headquarters||Hamdije Čemerlića 2, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina|
The Federal Government has a prime minister and 16 ministers. It must be composed of eight Bosniak, five Croat and three Serb ministers. One minister from the minority may be nominated by the Federal prime minister from the quota of the largest constituent people. According to the Constitution, the 15% of the members of the Government must come from one constituent nation. A minimum of 35% of the members of the Government must come from two constituent nations. Also, one member of the Government must come from the group of the Others (minorities).
The Federal Government must have two deputy prime ministers from the other two constitutive nations. The Government of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina exercises its executive powers in conformity with the Federal Constitution. The current government is led by Prime Minister Fadil Novalić.
|Fadil Novalić||Prime Minister||SDA|
|Jelka Miličević||Federal Minister of FinanceDeputy Prime Minister||HDZ BiH|
|Vesko Drljača||Federal Minister of Work and Social WelfareDeputy Prime Minister||SBB BiH|
|Aljoša Čampara||Federal Minister of Interior||NiP|
|Mato Jozić||Federal Minister of Justice||HDZ BiH|
|Nermin Džindić||Federal Minister of Energy, Mining and Industry||SBB BiH|
|Denis Lasić||Federal Minister of Traffic and Communication||HDZ BiH|
|Edin Ramić||Federal Minister of Displaced Persons and Refugees||SDA|
|Vacant||Federal Minister for Veterans and Disabled Veterans|
|Vjekoslav Mandić||Federal Minister of Healthcare||HDZ BiH|
|Vacant||Federal Minister of Education and Science[c]|
|Zora Dujmović||Federal Minister of Culture and Sports[c]||HDZ BiH|
|Zlatan Vujanović||Federal Minister of Trade||SBB BiH|
|Josip Martić||Federal Minister of Planning||HDZ BiH|
|Šemsudin Dedić||Federal Minister of Agriculture, Aquaculture and Forestry||SDA|
|Amir Zukić||Federal Minister of Development, Entrepreneurship and Craft||SDA|
|Edita Đapo||Federal Minister of Environment and Tourism||SBB BiH|
- "Constitution of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina" (PDF).
- "Ukinuti federalno ili kantonalna ministarstva obrazovanja" (in Serbo-Croatian). Radio Sarajevo. 28 October 2010. Retrieved 5 March 2015.