A man votes for a referendum on their Statehood Day in Laktasi near Banja Luka, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Sept. 25, 2016. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic
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Bosnia's chief prosecutor was suspended from office Wednesday, a move he dismissed as a plot to derail a sensitive investigation he was conducting into an illegal referendum in the autonomous Bosnian Serb region.Many Bosnians believe Dodik called the plebiscite to boost his popularity before elections, and also to test the ground for a possible vote on secession from Bosnia -- an uneasy multi-ethnic federation of Serbs, Croats and Muslim Bosniaks that was pieced together in 1995 to end an ethnic war.Russia, a traditional ally of the Bosnian Serbs, warned the West on Wednesday against using its veto powers, saying they did not believe Dodik was threatening Bosnia's territorial integrity.
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