Bosnian elections also took place this week
Here are some resources where you can find out more about the winner and research elections in general.
Firstly you can check basic news stories from the Balkan insight round up.a news service maintained by Balkan Investigative Reporting Network
Le Courrier des Balkans is a French association which seeks to develop solidarity with journalists in Balkan nations and to translate articles from the free press in the Balkan nations See summaries of French news and articles about the region.
The Central Election committee provides information on legislation and news of events. The site appears to be down at the moment but hopefully will reappear soon.
Other sources of information on the conduct of the elections and electoral system include:
The OSCE which sent an observation mission.. You can also consult other reports from 1996 onwards.
The Association of Election Officials in Bosnia Herzegovina was established in 1999 under the auspices of OSCE. It is a non-governmental organisation which seeks to encourage democratic elections in Bosnia-Herzegovina. Its website provides information on the purpose of the organisation and its activities. It includes access to its newsletters, reports of meetings and reviews of recent elections
related to this it might also be worth taking a look at the more broader Association of Central and Eastern European Election Officials (ACEEO) which has some reports on voter registration and procedures in Eastern European nations.
National Democratic Institute for International Affairs is a non-profit organisation which works to strengthen and expand democracy worldwide. This section of its website provides basic background information on Bosnia & Herzegovina plus access to full-text reports, surveys and papers published by NDI about it from 1996 onwards.