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Appeal Control Procedures in Public Procurement in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Marko Romić

DOI https://doi.org/10.21552/epppl/2024/2/6

Keywords: Appeal procedure, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Complaints control, Procurement Review Body


The article analyses the normative framework of the legal control, both appellate and administrative, of public procurement procedure in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Using the method of conceptual analysis, legal control of the public procurement procedure is compared to other types of control. All types of legal control are restricted; thus the emphasis is placed on the appeal before the Procurement Review Body in Bosnia and Herzegovina and the lawsuit in the administrative dispute. The dogmatic-normative approach to legal solutions in Bosnia and Herzegovina is complemented by comparative legal experiences and recent administrative (judicial) practice, and also by relevant legislation of the European Union. In conclusion, the author points out the shortcomings of the legal control of public procurement procedure with concrete proposals for improving the normative framework of public procurement in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Key words: Appeal procedure; Bosnia and Herzegovina; Complaints control, Procurement Review Body.

Marko Romić, LL.M., Teaching Assistant of Administrative Law at Faculty of Law, University of Banja Luka, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Republic of Srpska. For correspondence: <mailto:marko.romic@pf.unibl.org>

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