Bosnia & Herzegovina postpones its responses to all recommendations

In an unprecedented move at the UPR second cycle, Bosnia and Herzegovina announced that it was noting all the 167 recommendations received during their review in October 2014.

Expected to provide its final responses before the 28th session of Human Rights Council (HRC), the delegation explained that they had not been in a position to take a decision due to the "prolonged interim period due to the caretaking Council of Ministers since the elections on 12 October". Bosnia and Herzegovina committed to come back to the HRC to provide its "detailed answers to all recommendations" by the 29th session in June.

The UPR report of Bosnia and Herzegovina was adopted nonetheless.