A Bosnian Serb has been elected mayor of Srebrenica.

Mladen Grujicic is the first Serbian mayor of the Bosnian town since 1999, securing 54.4% of the vote in local elections on October 2.

His opponent, the Bosniak (Muslim) Camil Durakovic is contesting the result and has vowed to take legal action.

Since the war ended the demographic balance has changed, now with 55% Serbs and 45% Bosniaks (Muslims).

The city is now in Bosnia’s Serb Republic, one of the two constituent entities of th...

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