Bosnia become first country in Europe without COVID pass
Lawyer Mirnes Ajanović defeats government legislation to take freedom from Bosnian citizens by imposing Covid Pass.
Bosnian Lawyer Mirnes Ajanović defeated Bosnian Federal government.
Government didn’t put COVID pass in action. Bosnian Lawyer Mirnes Ajanović defeated government intention to take freedom from Bosnian citizens by imposing Covid Pass.
With his law skills and constitutional knowledge and with official papers from Pfizer he managed to defeat government and prevent it to impose Covid PASS.
Bosnia become first country in Europe without COVID pass.
Corona infection in Bosnia is going down and there will be no forced Covid- passports for Bosnian Citizens.
Mirnes Ajanović succeeded in applying the BiH Constitution, laws and criminal charges, concrete evidence that vaccinated people transmit the virus as well as unvaccinated ones, and that it is absurd to introduce a code certificate – to force the FBiH government to withdraw the decree. and for the cantons to give up the introduction of totalitarianism and discrimination against citizens.
The entity in Bosnia, the Republika Srpska, has never announced the introduction of Covid certificates, so that the whole of BiH remains a free territory.
Mirnes Ajanović’s months-long struggle for the rule of law without divisions and restrictions has led to BiH being the first and only country in Europe to be freed from Covid’s confirmation, and this man’s struggle should be a guide to other lawyers, academics and free thinkers around the world that freedom can be accomplished.
More from BIH News article 7 Dec 2021, here
Bosnian ski resorts benefit from lax anti-virus measures
As most European nations impose new restrictions to curb the omicron variant, Bosnia is taking a relatively laissez-faire approach to soaring COVID-19 infections in the region
By ELDAR EMRIC Associated Press 12 December 2021, 16:03
SARAJEVO, Bosnia-Herzegovina -- As most European nations impose new restrictions to curb the spread of the omicron variant, Bosnia is taking a relatively laissez-faire approach to soaring COVID-19 infections in the region, much to the delight of its winter tourism industry.
Last week, thousands of skiers from around the country, the Balkans and the European Union happily slalomed their way through fresh snow on Bosnia's mountain slopes following the official Dec. 4 kickoff for the season. Most ski resorts in the Balkans opened over the past week as well, but with much stricter pandemic-induced capacity and access limits.
On the Jahorina and Bjelasnica mountains near Sarajevo, hosts of the 1984 Winter Olympics, long, tightly packed queues formed at ski lifts while local and international guests gathered at cafes both indoors and outdoors, with some even taking in a nightly music concert.
Travelers coming into Bosnia from the European Union, apart from Croatia, are required to have a negative pre-departure PCR test and proof of recent vaccination or recovery from COVID-19 to enter the country. Citizens of Croatia, Serbia and Montenegro are exempt from that rule.
But once a person is in Bosnia, they are not required to present proof of vaccination, a recent recovery or a recent negative test to access the ski slopes, restaurants, bars or cultural venues. While indoor mask-wearing and social distancing mandates are in place, their enforcement remains haphazard.
“We feel very safe here. Conditions are generally good, despite the pandemic,” said Sejla Ibric, who drove over 160 kilometers (100 miles) to Jahorina with her husband to enjoy the first ski weekend of the season.
Bosnian Herzegovina Covid statistics here