(7 Oct 2018) Bosnian Serb leader Milorad Dodik voted on Sunday in the country's general election that could install a pro-Russian nationalist to a top post and cement the ethnic divisions of a country that faced a brutal war 25 years ago.
Dodik is the President of the Republic of Srpska and one of the members of the tripartite presidency in Bosnia.
Bosnia's Serbs and Croats want to move closer to their ethnic kin in neighboring Serbia and Croatia, while the Muslims want to keep Bosnia together. The issue was at the core of the 1990s' war.
The main focus is on the race for Bosnia's three-member presidency, because of the candidacy of hard-line Serb President Dodik, who advocates eventual Serb separation from Bosnia.
Dodik is a key Balkan ally of Russian President Vladimir Putin and his victory would mean stronger Russian influence.
The current Serb member of the presidency and a relative moderate, Mladen Ivanic, is running too.
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