Problem us from the former Yugoslavia is the complete absence of any knowledge of heraldry and very sparse on vexillology. And both areas are of crucial importance in determining the state and national symbols. First, coat of arms is a unique pictorial, which covers natural or legal persons. This means that the coat of arms of the character of the state, or one who is in power. The coat of arms can not be a national symbol, because the nation is undefined entity, but is a symbol of a nation which chooses to rule it. Nations can be identified with the coat of arms, but no one except the government has no right to use the coat of arms. In the same way as I have my coat, and not allowed anyone else to use it. Unauthorized use of the coat of arms is a criminal offense, which is sanctioned by law as theft and impersonation.
When the flag is the situation somewhat different. By its nature, the flag can have the same quality as the coat of arms, and then it is a state flag. The national flag also contains the national coat of arms, and therefore a different use. The national flag is the one that means the people or the nation and does not contain the national emblem. Mostly all the laws of the world require the use of national flags by very strict rules. National flag can be used by anyone much freer rules.
State emblems are actually crests feudal rulers of these countries. So the Sexample crest Montenegro, coat of arms of its medieval rulers Crnojevići the 14th century (the red gold double eagle). It is similar in derugim countries. For example Macedonia has recently adopted a coat of arms from Stematografija Žefarevića and Illyrian king of arms from the 16th century (the gold red lion rampant). Similarly the Croatian coat of arms coat of arms of the Austrian country Croatian assigned by the Habsburgs in the 16th century (chequy red, silver). Or Serbia also from the 16th century from the Illyrian Heraldry (the red cross with symbols between the arms of all silver). It’s a little tricky as it is not known which rulers are the coats of arms, but not the first time used Attributed arms. As for Bosnia, it really would be logical to be used coat of arms last kings of Bosnia, which certainly were not the Serbs, the Croats, not Muslims, but Bosnians. Menu are the Slovenes associate. They use a new coat of arms, which builds on the communist emblematic of the national tradition, although they have a rich heraldic history. Slovenians themselves say they are actually talking about the coats of arms of the German master and do not want to have anything to do with them.
Bosnia is divided churches and quarreling recent atrocities initiated by the church and the Orthodox and Catholic and Islamic. It’s hard to quarreling among these people find a symbol that everyone be equally as likeable, although this would indeed be the coat of arms of the last independent ruler of Bosnia. Unfortunately, these symbols are shamelessly exploited in a religious war and lost their universality.
Proposals using the Slovenian colors (blue-white-red) is the only one who can unify these warring faith. As for the coat of arms before I used the Slovenian example and find something that sjedinjue these people, and not something that they razjedinjue. And of course that the state efforts to punish idiots who are criminals, and at all costs prohibit all three churches and priests, monks and mullah expelled. State religion declare Buddhism or some distant faith and let them have fun with that.