The Bosnian capital Sarajevo is seen from above while minarets of mosques are lit up on the final day of the Islamic holy month of Ramadan, late on July 4, 2016. (AFP / ELVIS BARUKCIC)
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Bosnia risks sliding into constitutional crisis if rival ethnic groups in the country fail to resolve a row over voting rules before autumn elections, senior European Union officials suggested Wednesday.Its electoral commission is next week expected to announce presidential and parliamentary ballots for October, but the voting law dispute has created so far unbridgeable rifts between the Christian Croats and Muslim Bosniaks in the autonomous Federation they jointly rule.Bosniaks and Croats formed a joint federation under the peace deal, which also granted Serbs their own autonomous entity within Bosnia.
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