03 April 2011
On October 3rd a general election was held in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Today, six months later, there is still no government in place at the highest, state level of power. (Along with there being an unconstitutional government at the entity level.) Not exactly world record since Iraq spent 10 months in a post-election deadlock in 2010, and Belgium - without a government since election in June - is also at 10 months. Still, half a year is no everyday accomplishment and so congratulations are in order.