In general

It is hereby established that the Draft Law on Amendments to the Law on Refugees and Displaced Persons of Bosnia and Herzegovina is destructive to the vital interest of Bosniac people.
•    Decision on Admissibility and Merits No. U 2/04 of 28 May 2004 published in the Official Gazette of Bosnia and Herzegovina, 38/04

The Draft Framework Law on Higher Education in Bosnia and Herzegovina, wherein the possibility of using one or more languages of the constituent peoples and the manner of enactment of the statutes of the higher education institutions is envisaged, is destructive to the vital interest of the Croat people. The Constitutional Court finds that the manner in which the Framework Law, in Articles 13, 18 and 35, provides for the use of only one or two official languages in the higher education institutions and the statute-making process of the higher education institution, is destructive to the vital interest of the constituent peoples, i.e. Croat people in this case, since it does not provide for the possibility of equal use of the official languages of all three constituent peoples in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
•    Decision on Admissibility and Merits No. U 8/04 of 25 June 2004 published in the Official Gazette of Bosnia and Herzegovina, 40/04

The Declaration of the Croat Caucus in the House of Peoples of the Parliamentary Assembly of Bosnia and Herzegovina on the destructiveness of the Draft Law on the Public Broadcasting System of Bosnia and Herzegovina to the vital interest of the Croat people does not meet the requirements of procedural regularity, as the Draft Law on the Public Broadcasting System of Bosnia and Herzegovina is not destructive to the vital interest of the Croat people in Bosnia and Herzegovina. There are no grounds for concluding that by the Draft Law the Croat people in Bosnia and Herzegovina are discriminated against when compared with two other constituent peoples, and therefore the proposed Draft Law is not destructive to the vital interest of Croats in Bosnia and Herzegovina with regards to the alleged discrimination against the representation of their language, culture and traditional heritage in the programs of the public broadcasters. It was not necessary to define in the Law the composition of the Board with respect to representation of the constituent peoples and Others.
•    Decision on Admissibility and Merits No. U 10/05 of 22 July 2005, published in the Official Gazette of Bosnia and Herzegovina, 64/05

The Declaration of the Bosniac People Caucus in the House of Peoples of the Parliamentary Assembly of Bosnia and Herzegovina declaring item 3 of the Draft Conclusion submitted by Ilija Filipović, the Second Deputy Chairman of the House of Peoples of the Parliamentary Assembly of Bosnia and Herzegovina, No. 01,02-50-1- 18-8/08 of 23 April 2008, to be destructive to the vital interests of the Bosniac people in Bosnia and Herzegovina, does not meet a procedural regularity requirement, as the proposed Conclusion does not constitute a decision which review would fall within the competence of the Constitutional Court within the meaning of Article IV(3)(f) of the Constitution of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
•    Decision No. U 9/08 of 8 July 2005 published in the Official Gazette of Bosnia and Herzegovina, 91/08

The Constitutional Court concludes that the Statement of the Bosniac Caucus to the House of Peoples of the Parliamentary Assembly of Bosnia and Herzegovina on the destructiveness to a vital national interest of the Bosniac people in Bosnia and Herzegovina failed to meet the requirements of procedural regularity under Article IV(3)(f) of the Constitution of Bosnia and Herzegovina, since the Agreement on Cooperation between Bosnia and Herzegovina and the Republic of Croatia regarding the Rights of Victims of War in Bosnia and Herzegovina, relating to the previous members of the Croat Defence Council and their families is not destructive to the vital national interest of the Bosniac people in Bosnia and Herzegovina and the procedure for adoption should be carried out in compliance with Article IV(3)(d) of the Constitution of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
•    Decision on Admissibility and Merits No. U 7/06 of 31 March 2006 published in the Official Gazette of Bosnia and Herzegovina, 34/06

The Constitutional Court concludes that the Statement of the Bosniac Caucus to the House of Peoples of the Parliamentary Assembly of Bosnia and Herzegovina on the destructiveness to vital national interests of the Bosniac people in Bosnia and Herzegovina does not satisfy the requirements of procedural regularity under Article IV(3)(f) of the Constitution of Bosnia and Herzegovina, since the Decision on the Approval of the Decision of the Chairman of the Council of Ministers of Bosnia and Herzegovina on the Dismissal of the Minister of Security of Bosnia and Herzegovina, the Minister of Defence of Bosnia and Herzegovina and the Deputy Minister of Finances and Treasury of Bosnia and Herzegovina is not destructive to the vital national interest of the Bosniac people in Bosnia and Herzegovina. The procedure for adopting the above decision should be carried out in accordance with Article IV(3)(d) of the Constitution of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
•    Decision on Admissibility and Merits No. U 12/12 of 24 August 2012 published in the Official Gazette of Bosnia and Herzegovina, 79/12

The Constitutional Court concludes that the Draft Legislation Amending the Law on Conflict of Interest in Governmental Institutions of Bosnia and Herzegovina number 01.02-02-1-23/13 of 20 May 2013, insofar as the part providing for the establishment and composition of the Commission to decide on conflicts of interest at the State level is concerned, does not provide for any provision placing any of the constituent peoples in a more favourable or unfavourable position, in the instant case the Bosniac people. Finally, not only that the Draft Legislation does not provide for any provision placing any of the constituent peoples in a more favourable or unfavourable position but it provides that at least two members from each of the constituent peoples must vote for it. Taking into account the aforesaid, the Constitutional Court finds as unfounded the allegations of the Statement Makers that the Draft Legislation Amending the Law on Conflict of Interest in Governmental Institutions of Bosnia and Herzegovina number 01.02-02-1- 23/13 of 20 May 2013 violates the vital interests of the Bosniac People with regards to the part providing for the establishment and composition of the Commission in charge of deciding the conflict of interest.
•    Decision on Admissibility and Merits No. U 18/13 of 27 September 2013 published in the Official Gazette of Bosnia and Herzegovina, 85/13

The Constitutional Court concludes that the Statements of the Bosniac Caucus to the House of Peoples of the Parliamentary Assembly of Bosnia and Herzegovina on the destructiveness of the proposed Decisions on Consideration of the Draft Legislation Amending the Law on Public Procurement, Law on Personal Identification Number, Law on Permanent and Temporary Residence of Citizens of Bosnia and Herzegovina and Law on Citizenship of Bosnia and Herzegovina in an expedited procedure to the vital national interests of the Bosniac people do not meet the requirements of procedural regularity as the proposed Decisions do not constitute a “decision”, the review of which would be the responsibility of the Constitutional Court within the meaning of Article IV(3)(f) of the Constitutional Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
•    Decision on Admissibility No. U 19/13 of 27 September 2013 published in the Official Gazette of Bosnia and Herzegovina, 84/13

The Constitutional Court concludes that the Draft Legislation Amending the Law on Permanent and Temporary Residence of Citizens of Bosnia and Herzegovina contains not a single provision whatsoever placing in a more favourable or unfavourable position any of the constituent peoples, the Bosniac people in the particular case, neither does it affect the constitutional right to return of refugees and displaced persons, which is why the vital interest of the Bosniac in Bosnia and Herzegovina people has not been violated.
•    Decision on Admissibility and Merits No. U 27/13 of 29 November 2013 published in the Official Gazette of Bosnia and Herzegovina, 2/14

It is hereby established that the draft Law Amending the Law Establishing the Company for the Transmission of Electric Power in Bosnia and Herzegovina number 01.02-02-1-58/13 of 10 December 2013 is not destructive to the vital national interest of the Bosniac People.
•    Decision on Admissibility and Merits No. U 31/13 of 23 January 2014 published in the Official Gazette of Bosnia and Herzegovina, 9/14

The Constitutional Court concludes that the draft Law regulating the composition and the number of councillors to the Mostar City Council and the method of their election, as well as the quotas for a minimum representation of the constituent peoples and national minorities is not in violation of the vital interest of the Bosniac people.
•    Decision on Admissibility and Merits No. U 32/13 of 23 January 2014 published in the Official Gazette of Bosnia and Herzegovina, 16/14

The Constitutional Court concludes that the Law Proposal for the Law to Amend the Election Law of Bosnia and Herzegovina no. 02-02-1-1133/17 of 28 April 2017 is not in violation of the vital interest of the Bosniac People.
•    Decision on Admissibility and Merits No. U 3/17 of 6 July 2017 published in the Official Gazette of Bosnia and Herzegovina, 71/17