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Sabotage as a citizenship enactment at the fringes

, 2013 ). Yet six years later, in 2019, the Dayton ethnic hierarchies and citizenship ambiguities it created remained intact. Because of the lack of progress in creating new anti-discrimination provisions in the Bosnian electoral system, on 22 December 2019, exactly ten years after the ECtHR judgement in Sejdić and Finci , a CoE press release marked this as a ‘disturbing anniversary’ (CoE, 2019 ). BIH's political structure and its socio-economic downfall were the hierarchies in which Nazif Mujić, as a Bosnian citizen of Romani background, was

in The Fringes of Citizenship
Rousseau as a constitutionalist
Mads Qvortrup

.), Rousseau, l’‘Emile’, et la Révolution (Paris: Universitas, 1992). 23 J.S. Mill, it will be remembered, was anything but liberal. In Chapter VIII of Considerations on Representative Government he thus advocated that graduates should be given two votes to prevent the uneducated from gaining influence. Interestingly – and rather incredibly – this system existed in Britain until the late 1940s. See Robert Blackburn, The Electoral System in the United Kingdom (London: Macmillan, 1996). 24 In The Politics, Aristotle – in classical teleological fashion – noted ‘if earlier forms

in The political philosophy of Jean-Jacques Rousseau