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Sadašnji ministar prometa i komunikacija BiH. | The current minister of transport and communication of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
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Božo Ljubić Biography

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Božo Ljubić (30. rujna 1949., Uzarići, Široki Brijeg), diplomirao je na Medicinskom fakultetu u Zagrebu 1973. godine, a nakon specijalizaicije iz ortopedije u Sarajevu, doktorirao je 1985. Od 1992. do 1993. predaje na Medicinskom fakultetu Sveučilišta u Sarajevu, a od 1998. redovni je profesor Medicinskog fakulteta u Mostaru. Od sedamdesetih godina živio je i radio u Sarajevu, a od 2001. živi u Mostaru i radi u mostarskoj bolnici.

 

Bio je član Hrvatske demokratske zajednice Bosne i Hercegovine (HDZBiH) od njezina osnutka. U nekoliko mandata (1994. - 2001.) bio je ministar zdravstva Federacije BiH. Pokrenuo je razdor u stranci kada je u lipnju 2005. izgubio unutarstranačke izbore za predsjednika stranke, optuživši pobjednika, Dragana Čovića, za izbornu prijevaru. U travnju 2006. došlo je do potpuna raskola kada je Ljubić osnovao novu stranku – Hrvatsku demokratsku zajednicu 1990 (HDZ 1990). Nova stranka dobila je podršku u matičnoj stranci u Hrvatskoj (HDZ) i tadašnjemu njezinu predsjedniku Ivi Sanaderu.

 

Nova stranka prvi put se je kandidirala na izborima 2006., predvodeći koaliciju Hrvatsko zajedništvo i doživjevši djelomičan uspjeh. Ljubić je bio kandidat za hrvatskoga člana bosanskohercegovačkog predsjedništva i završio je izbore na trećemu mjestu, s 18 % glasova.

 

Potpisnikom je Kreševske deklaracije od 21. rujna 2007. godine. te sporazuma s Draganom Čovićem iz 2010. godine.

 

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Božo Ljubić (born September 30, 1949 in Uzarići, Široki Brijeg) is a Croat politician of Bosnia and Herzegovina.Ljubić is the current minister of transport and communication of Bosnia and Herzegovina.

 

Biography

Ljubić was a member of the Croatian Democratic Union of Bosnia and Herzegovina (HDZ BiH). He came to prominence when in June 2005 he opposed the internal election of Dragan Čović to the party presidency, claiming election fraud.

 

In April 2006, the rift between Ljubić and the main party line escalated, and he led the formation of the Croatian Democratic Union 1990 (HDZ 1990). The new party was welcomed by the Roman Catholic bishop of Banja Luka Franjo Komarica and the president of the Croatian Democratic Union (HDZ) Ivo Sanader (also prime minister of Croatia at the time).

 

The new party's candidates ran for office in the Bosnia and Herzegovina general election, 2006 and achieved moderate success. Ljubić was the candidate for the Croatian seat in the Presidency of Bosnia and Herzegovina, but came in third with 18% of the vote, after both Željko Komšić of SDP BiH and Ivo Miro Jović of HDZ BiH.

 

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2013-01-06

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