|Suljeman Tihić at EPP Summit in October 2009|
|Bosniak Member of the House of Peoples|
20 May 2011
|Prime Minister||Vjekoslav Bevanda|
|Constituency||III electoral district|
|4th Bosniak Member of the Presidency of Bosnia and Herzegovina|
5 October 2002 – 6 November 2006
|Preceded by||Beriz Belkić|
|Succeeded by||Haris Silajdžić|
26 November 1951 |
Bosanski Šamac, SR Bosnia and Herzegovina, Yugoslavia
|Residence||Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina|
On 13 October 2001, Tihić was chosen to succeed Alija Izetbegović as head of the SDA party. He was elected to the Presidency on 5 October 2002. He won the elections once more in 2005.
He was chairman of the House of Peoples of Bosnia and Herzegovina from 14 November 2007 to 14 July 2008.
Francis A. Boyle stated in his correspondence to the public that Sulejman Tihić and Sakib Softić had ordered the restitution request from his original lawsuit in the Bosnian Genocide Case to be voided, thereby returning a favor to his coalition partners Alliance of Independent Social Democrats in Republika Srpska.
- "BH DEMANDS TO ICJ". Sense Tribunal. 2006-04-24. Retrieved 2010-10-31. "Sakib Softić, chief legal representative of BiH at the ICJ"
- The Website of Sulejman Tihic
- Town Hall Meeting with Sulejman Tihic, U.S. Institute of Peace, May 2006 (Audio)
- Bosnian president 'threatened' by US-based Serbs, Turkishpress.com, 14 August 2006
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