The electoral law in Bosnia and Herzegovina differs significantly from commonly accepted standards operating in democratic state. During the parliamentary or presidential elections, the citizens who do not belong to one of constituent states (Bosnians, Serbs, Croats) are deprived of basic rights. The solutions established in 1995, and later only slightly modified, eventually caused the end of war but did not introduce fully democratic solutions. Even more surprising is the fact that the authors of constitutional order, including election law, are representatives of international community, mostly American lawyers. Unfortunately, in Bosnia and Herzegovina national communities, that are treated by the law as main entity of political life, are far more important than an ordinary citizen.