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Party Headquarters: Dodik and Cent

party headquarters: The projections were made with 44 per cent of ballots counted, according to Toronto Star. Milorad Dodik, Bosnian-Serb candidate for Bosnia and Herzegovina's tripartite Presidency, speaks at party headquarters in Banja Luka on Sunday. Preliminary official results from the election gave Dodik 56 per cent of the vote and his main opponent, Mladen Ivanic, 42 per cent. Dodik claimed victory in a race for the Serb seat of Bosnia's three-man presidency, a post he will share with Muslim and Croat leaders in a country splintered by ethnic divides. Ivanic conceded defeat. MILAN RADULOVIC / AFP/GETTY IMAGES The will of the people leaves no doubt what they want, Dodik said, adding that voters punished his opponent for his servile policies toward the West. ( As reported in the news.