WHEN POPULISTS GOVERN: THE CASE OF ECONOMIC AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE POLICY IN BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA
The main subject of this paper is the analysis of certain communication methods and concrete measures of leading politicians in Bosnia and Herzegovina that seems to be populist and/or demagogic. In the introductory part of the paper, the authors provide a short overview of the current political situation in Bosnia and Herzegovina. In the main part, the authors strive to present examples of populist or demagogic behavior of political leaders in Bosnia and Herzegovina in the fields of economic policy and criminal justice policy, which have been chosen as relevant areas of research. Finally, the authors in their concluding remarks provide a list of recommendations that could improve the entire process of creating and establishing policies in Bosnia and Herzegovina.