Bosnia holds its first census as an independent nation
Bosnia from 1991 to 2013 - 280,000 Serbs less, 217,000 Croats and 142,000 Bosniaks less
First post-war census in Bosnia could stir tensions
The 1991 population census in Bosnia and Herzegovina was the last census of the population undertaken in the Socialist Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina before the Bosnian War. It was conducted during the final week of March 1991. For the 1991 census there were 109 municipalities of which ten were part of Sarajevo.
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