Judging by all this, it could after all happen that Silajdzic form a government with the SDP in the cantons with Bosniak majority. Namely, that follows from the events. First, set up the Alliance where it is possible. Where it isn't, there will be no Alliance, once it finally becomes obvious that it is impossible except for this third.
The support of the international community for this alliance, to which interested parties are referring, was not in doubt on the eve of the elections. However, it turned out that that support homogenized the two local nations ruled by the SDS and the HDZ. The new support for the Alliance for Changes will definitely only further homogenize already homogenized.
In that case a thick and high wall will be erected towards RS, and the decision of the All-Croat Assembly from Novi Travnik will be activated and result in a referendum. Will in that case anyone still care about the support of the international community?
A representative government or the Alliance for Changes? What brings more and what is better for Bosnia-Hercegovina (BH)? Who in this case has in mind Bosnia and the state and who is trying to get power at all cost?
Isn't a representative government the only and so far the most serious possible attempt to forge a better future? Isn't the Alliance for Changes only a new experiment, of the sort we have had already, and which regularly backfired against Bosnia and its better future?
Therefore, shall we watch already seen in this third and doomed attempt to move Bosnia-Hercegovina to the remaining two thirds, so far unreachable for everyone apart from the decision about dismissals issued for five years already by the international community. The local experts blunted that power to dismiss by digging up even worse officials.
If Petritsch is an important component of the Alliance, he would be no less important than he used to be when he imposed laws that the former parliaments failed to approve.
It is not clear to what extent it is possible to keep experimenting with Bosnia-Hercegovina. Experiments are carried out on live people, although everyone behaves like a surgeon who would transplant several organs into the dead body and put it in the artificial lungs. The alliance is almost a medical phenomenon, incurable within itself, but ready to cure Bosnia-Hercegovina.
Bosniaks are the absolute victims of the recent aggression, with 92 percent of the victims. Bosniaks are also the absolute economic victims of the aggression, when a million of them escaped with nothing but a plastic bag in hands, leaving behind their homes and goods earned with hard work. There is also no doubt that they have been sacrificing themselves during the peace, not asking what they need to give for Bosnia-Hercegovina. They are mostly, creating it on their own. Should someone thank them? What is today Bosnia-Hercegovina outside of this Bosniak third? That is the overwhelming 0.7 percent of non-Bosniak support for the SDP.
It is not a problem to guess that everything that was initiated with so much pomposity will be halted in front of the walls of homogenized nations and territories and that it will land here. This nation will soon discover that such lowly political desires also deserve a lowly end. Power is power, even in one third. A small dish, but a big spoon...