Republika Srpska

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Republika Srpska
Република Српска
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Location Republika Srpska (red) inside o Bosnie an Herzegovinae
Location o Republika Srpska in Bosnie an Herzegovinae
Caipital Istočno Sarajevo (offeecial caipital)
Banja Luka (admeenistrative caipital)
Lairgest ceety Banja Luka
Offeecial leid Bosnie, Croatie, Serbie
Govrenment 
 - Preses
 - Prime Meenister
Parliamentary seestem
Milorad Dodik
Željka Cvijanović
Aurie
 - Tot

24,857 km2 km²
9,597 sq mi
Population
 - 2010 Estimate
 
1,439,673
Foondin
 - Proclaimit
 - Recognizit
9 Januar 1992
14 December 1995
Siller Convertible mark (BAM)
Time zone UTC +1, Simmer: UTC +2
Naitional anthem Moja Republika (Ma Republic)
Internet TLD rs.ba
Cawin code 387

Republika Srpska Aboot this soond listen  (Serbie Cyrillic: Република Српска, [rɛpǔblika sr̩̂pskaː]) is ane o twa main poleetical entities o Bosnie an Herzegovinae, the ither being the Federation o Bosnie an Herzegovinae. The Constitution o Republika Srpska defines it as a territorially unifeed, indivisible an inalienable constitutional an legal entity that independently performs its constitutional, legislative, executive an judicial functions. The National Assembly an the Govrenment o Republika Srpska are based in Banja Luka, although Istočno Sarajevo remains the offeecial caipital.

Geography[eedit | eedit soorce]

Boundary[eedit | eedit soorce]

The Inter-Entity Boundary Line (IEBL) atween Bosnie an Herzegovinae's twa entities essentially follaes the front lines at the end o the Bosnie War wi adjustments (maist importantly in the wastren pairt o the kintra an aroond Sarajevo) defined bi the Dayton Agreement. The total length o the IEBL is approximately 1,080 km. The IEBL is an admeenistrative demarcation uncontrolled bi military or polis an there is free muivement athort it.

Municipalities[eedit | eedit soorce]

Unner the Law on Territorial Organization an Local Sel-Govrenment, adoptit in 1994, Republika Srpska wis dividit intae 80 municipalities. Efter the Dayton Peace Agreement the law wis amendit tae reflect chynges tae borders: it nou comprises 63 municipalities.

Population[eedit | eedit soorce]

There haes been nae census syne the end o the war. The next census is expectit tae occur in 2011 but haes no yet been confirmit: these figurs are estimates.

Population composition[1]
Year Total Males Females Births Daiths
1996 1,391,593 12,263 10,931
1997 1 409 835 13,757 11,755
1998 1,428,798 679,795 749,003 13,527 12,469
1999[note 1] 1,448,579 689,186 759,351
2000[note 1] 1,469,182 14,191 13,370
2000 1,428,899 695,194 733,705
2001[note 1] 1,490,993 13,699 13,434
2001 1,447,477 704,197 743,280
2002 1,454,802 708,136 746,666 12,336 12,980
2003 1,452,351 706,925 745,426 10,537 12,988
2004 1,449,897 705,731 744,166 10,628 13,082
2005 1,446,417 704,037 742,380 10,322 13,802
2006 1,443,709 702,718 740,991 10,524 13,232
2007 1,439,673 700,754 738,919 10,110 14,146
2008 1,437,477 699,685 737,792 10,198 13,501
2009 1,435,179 698,567 736,612 10,603 13,775
2010 1,433,038 697,524 735,514 10,147 13,517

Notes[eedit | eedit soorce]

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Includes Brčko District

References[eedit | eedit soorce]

  1. "Republika Srpska in Figures 2009". Banja Luka: Republika Srpska Institute of Statistics. 2009. Retrieved 5 July 2010. 

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