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While the SDGs are universal, they will very much be addressed at the national level – where each country will apply their unique history, culture and capabilities. The SDG Agenda calls for many partnerships at all levels, with all stakeholders working in solidarity to achieve the goals. Today’s governments must coordinate with a broad spectrum of actors, such as multinational businesses, local governments, regional and international bodies, and civil society organizations.
Accountability and transparency will be increasingly important at all levels of society, with revised regulatory mechanisms needed to ensure human, civil, and environmental rights. In this context, there are many challenges facing Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH), the country with one of the world’s most complicated political systems, contributing to political deadlocks, low investments, socio-economic inequalities and high levels of corruption. However, after years of political stalemate and for the first time in recent political history, all government levels agreed on the Reform Agenda 2015-20182, which was a positive factor in the process of initiating important socio-economic reforms and unlocking the country’s integration into the European Union (EU).3 As of 2015, the country has been also preparing annual Economic Reform Programmes, with focus on improving economic policies and economic governance. 4 Stabilisation and Association Agreement with the EU finally entered into force in 2015, and in 2016 Bosnia and Herzegovina submitted a formal application to join the Union. On the road towards the EU integration, Bosnia and Herzegovina will have to incorporate a comprehensive set of rules into its legislation.