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The Democratic Front (Serbo-Croatian: Demokratska fronta, DF / Демократски фронт, ДФ) is an multi-ethnic social-democratic and social-liberal political party in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Its current leader and founder of DF is Željko Komšić, the incumbent Croat member of Presidency of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
The Democratic Front was founded by Željko Komšić on 7 April 2013, the current Croat member of the Presidency of Bosnia and Herzegovina, who left the Social Democratic Party of Bosnia and Herzegovina in July 2012.
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