Ten years after the signing of the Dayton Agreements, Bosnia does not hide its anguish and fear over an uncertain future; a fear that increasingly rises with the multiple U.S. attempts to impose a new constitution that has nothing to do with these agreements, with the pretext of establishing a political cohesion appropriate to domestic changes and the new balance of forces existing in the country.
These agreements, no matter how limited they might be, have obviously impacted the history of Bosnia and the region at large. They have put an end to a bloody ethnic war without avoiding locking the different communities, as enemies, in the same cell. What a solution to re-establish order and found a federation! These agreements, imposed by thousands of NATO soldiers and thousand of dollars, returned life to the State of Bosnia. They also made it possible for a million refugees, who had abandoned their shelters during the war, to come back.
Thus, ten years of negotiations and appointment of various constitutional officials in accordance with racial and cultural differences, the international community multiplies its efforts trying to convince the different actors to change the text of the Dayton. Agreements, a significant change that would allow the drafting of a new constitution to govern the country without excluding any community.
It would be necessary to create the proper conditions for cooperation among different representatives from the communities in Bosnia and those who are responsible in the international arena, such as the European Union or United Nations Organization. The sole objective of this cooperation is to found a State with only one president, a united government and a parliament that would represent all communities.

Al Watan (Kuwait)

“دايتون» البوسنة بعد عشر سنوات من”, by Mohamed Khalaf, Al Watan, November 24, 2005.