2016 marked waking up from an almost decade long slumber in Bosnia and Herzegovina’s path to the European Union. With the new EU approach from December 2014,1 the focus was shifted to addressing urgent socio-economic reforms. In 2015, BiH returned to the road of reforms, leading to the submission of Application for EU membership in February 2016 and the Stabilization and Association Agreement coming into force.2 At the same time, BiH continues to be in violation of the provisions of the European Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms for failing to implement the decision on Sejdić-Finci and Zornić v. BiH cases.