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UNMIK Headlines 25 March

By   /  25/03/2017  /  UNMIK Media Reports  /  No Comments

“Internationals fear the prospect of spring elections in Kosovo” (Koha Ditore)
“Kosovo army to be set up through international coordination” (Kosova Sot)
“Decision on Serbian elections in line with Kosovo Constitution” (KP)
Gecaj: Association, demarcation and army will not be in one package (Zeri)
Haradinaj case: Serbian authorities submit replies to French court (Zeri)

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Assembly presidency meeting postpone due to lack of quorum (media)

By   /  20/03/2017  /  Articles from Kosovo media  /  No Comments

Several news websites report that the Kosovo Assembly Presidency has postponed its meeting due to lack of quorum on decision-making. “Due to the lack of quorum on decision-making, we are postponing the meeting of the Assembly Presidency for another day, because some of our colleagues are not in the country,” Assembly President Kadri Veseli is […]

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Vučić also plans a rally in Kosovo (Danas)

By   /  02/03/2017  /  Serb. Monitoring  /  No Comments

The coalition around SNS will hold a total of 26 rallies in 30 days of the presidential campaign, and one of these meetings is planned to be organized and in Kosovo, unofficially learns daily Danas from sources close to the election headquarters of Aleksandar Vučić. As a possible date is mentioned 21 March, but point […]

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The decision of the Constitutional Court of the Republic of Serbia: Voting in Kosovo then counting of votes in Serbia – illegally (Insajder.net)

By   /  28/02/2017  /  Serb. Monitoring  /  No Comments

Until now used method of determining the results of voting in Kosovo and Metohija for the elections in Serbia was not in accordance with the law, according to the decision of the Constitutional Court of the Republic of Serbia (CCRS) in June 2016. The upcoming presidential election will be the first after this decision of the […]

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Headlines 28 February

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UN Security Council discusses situation in Kosovo (dailies)
Tahiri: Demarcation should be resubmitted or we head to elections (Epoka)
Konjufca: Those who vote demarcation are traitors (Lajmi.net)
“Dukagjin MPs should not vote demarcation” (Epoka)
European Parliament requests establishment of Association (Kosova Sot)
Lunacek requests five EU member states to recognize Kosovo (Epoka e Re)
Kosovo leaders hail Bangladesh recognition (dailies)

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Headlines 27 February

By   /  27/02/2017  /  UNMIK Media Reports  /  No Comments

UN Security Council to discuss Kosovo today (RFE)
Mustafa: Government has made great progress (Zeri)
“Demarcation failure could be used as overture for early elections” (Koha)
“Kosovo to head to elections, if border demarcation fails” (Zeri)
Gecaj: Demarcation is not related to general elections (Kosova Sot)
AAK: Delay on Haradinaj’s release could produce consequences (Epoka)
Opposition does not accept Mustafa’s invitation to join dialogue (Lajmi)

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UNMIK Headlines 13 February

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• Mustafa: Pace of dialogue to be stepped up (Telegrafi)
• Mustafa: Let us vote the demarcation (Zeri)
• Kurti: Border demarcation agreement is dead (Bota Sot/Zeri)
• Serbian List to return to institutions over the Association (Koha)
• Some PDK MPs speak about elections in May or June (Zeri)
• Haradinaj to Dacic: I was freedom fighter not invader like you (Kosova Sot)

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Haziri: Rebel MPs are keeping Kosovo isolated (Bota Sot/Telegrafi)

By   /  04/01/2017  /  Articles from Kosovo media  /  No Comments

In an interview for Bota Sot daily newspaper, LDK deputy leader and Gjilan Mayor, Lutfi Haziri, said delays in ratifying the border demarcation agreement with Montenegro, as a result of the actions of the opposition and certain MPs, are obstructing the political life in Kosovo. “They [the MPs] are obliged to coordinate within their party […]

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Headlines 21 December

By   /  21/12/2016  /  UNMIK Media Reports  /  No Comments

• Assembly supports PDK recommendations on Dehari case (media)
• Civil society demands ministers step down over Dehari’s death (RTK)
• Maric was dismissed for not cooperating with municipalities (Zeri)
• Tahiri: Time has come to change format of dialogue (Epoka)
• Thaci: It is not a secret, we have contacts with Trump (Lajmi)
• Ferati: We could have early general elections next year (Zeri)

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Headlines 19 December

By   /  19/12/2016  /  UNMIK Media Reports  /  No Comments

• PDK’s Lladrovci wins run-off mayor elections in Drenas/Glogovac (media)
• Delawie praises flow of elections in Drenas/Glogovac (Epoka)
• Lumezi: No legal violations in Drenas/Glogovac elections (Zeri)
• Monitors report a number of irregularities during elections (Zeri)
• Government not concerned with Serbian List’s “threats” (Koha)
• Haradinaj: The political scene has become dirty (Epoka)
• Russian oil company accused of usurping petrol stations in the north (Zeri)

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Headlines 13 December

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• Lavrov: Russia will not accept biased review of Resolution 1244 (media)
• Serbia has agreed on a “geographical code” for “Kosmet” (Koha)
• Civil society requests clarification of bridge revitalisation plan (RTK)
• Xhemajlaj: Lawsuit against Thaci ready for Court (Indeksonline)
• Arifaj: Thaci has not supported any candidate (Klan Kosova)
• Journalists concerned with media blackout in Syla’s trial (Telegrafi)
• Albanians to have determining role in new FYROM government (Koha)

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NISMA expected to address Constitutional Court on President Thaci’s involvement in Drenas municipal elections? (Indeksonline)

By   /  12/12/2016  /  Articles from Kosovo media  /  No Comments

The news website reports that the Initiative for Kosovo (NISMA) is planning to seek an opinion from the Constitutional Court of Kosovo on President Hashim Thaci’s involvement in the municipal elections in Drenas/Glogovac. NISMA officials however have neither denied nor confirmed the information. Citing unnamed sources, Indeksonline reports that NISMA is planning to hire an […]

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