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Braathu: Serbian elections in Kosovo going smoothly (Telegrafi)

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The head of the OSCE in Kosovo, Jan Braathu, said in a visit to the north of Kosovo that the OSCE is pleased with the way the Serbian presidential elections are going. “A lot of people have come out to vote and if it continues like this, we will be very happy. The OSCE staff […]

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Selimi: Kosovo ministers and MPs voting in Serbian presidential elections (Indeksonline)

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Vetevendosje MP, Rexhep Selimi, said that the government of Kosovo is accessory to Serbia in undermining sovereignty of Kosovo. He said the situation whereby Kosovo ministers and MPs vote in Serbian presidential elections today is “intolerable”.

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Uniformed men monitoring Serbian elections in Kosovo (Klan Kosova)

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Klan Kosova reports that there is a large interest of Serb voters to take part in Serbian presidential elections at the polling stations opened across Kosovo and that at the largest polling station, the technical high school in Mitrovica North, uniformed men were seen monitoring the voting process. These men are reported to be wearing […]

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Kosovo Police on Serbian elections: Everything under control (Klan Kosova)

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According to Kosovo Police, there has been no specific incident reported so far regarding Serbian presidential elections in the polling stations in Kosovo. KP spokesperson Daut Hoxha said the police have not received any allegations of irregularities in the voting process. “We are engaged in enforcing the law and we have the situation under control […]

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Koci links Serbian elections to anniversary of Krelan killings in 1999 (Indeksonline)

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Kosovo lawyer Arianit Koci who also represents the AAK leader Ramush Haradinaj wrote on Facebook that Serbian presidential elections are taking place on the day when 18 years ago Serb forces killed 86 civilians in the village of Krelan, Gjakova/Djakovica municipality. “While we mark today the 18th anniversary of the killing of 86 civilians in […]

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Serbian Elections: 10 percent voter turnout by 10 o’clock (Kosovapress/Telegrafi)

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Officials from the Serbian Republic Electoral Commission (RIK) announced that the voter turnout for presidential elections until 10 o’clock was 10.56 percent. The turnout in central Serbia by this time was 9.73 per cent, in Vojvodina 12.06 percent and in Belgrade 9.79. As for Kosovo, the OSCE spokesperson Senad Sabovic told Serbian media that the […]

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Serbian PM the runaway favorite to become president (Reuters)

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Serbians voted for a new president on Sunday with conservative Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic the runaway favorite despite opposition warnings about the extent of his domination over the Balkan country. http://www.reuters.com/article/us-serbia-election-idUSKBN1733VI

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UNMIK Headlines 2 April

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Serbian presidential elections underway in Kosovo, too (RTK)
Polling stations in northern municipalities open on time (Kosovapress)
Presevo Valley Albanians will not take part in Serbian elections (RTK)
Serbian elections in Kosovo: One polling station relocated (Klan Kosova)

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Serbians go to the polls to pick new president (DW)

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Prime Minister Aleksander Vucic is the frontrunner in a crowded field that includes a 25-year-old satirist. Serbia’s presidency is largely ceremonial, but critics worry Vucic would use the role to consolidate his power. http://www.dw.com/en/serbians-go-to-the-polls-to-pick-new-president/a-38253902

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