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UNMIK Headlines 23 May

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• PDK and LDK did not envisage pay raise until 2020 (Koha Ditore)
• Competition is done by political programs not by war or peace wings (Epoka)
• CEC does not extend deadline for Diaspora voters (Koha Ditore)
• Political parties do not respect official terms for election campaign (Epoka)
• IMC bans media from airing election debates (dailies)
• Haradinaj: We will create the army during the first 90 days of work (RTK)
• Thaci in Vienna: We do not seek confrontation with EU (Koha Ditore)
• O’Connell: I would not vote candidates with indictments (Gazeta Metro)

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UNMIK Headlines 22 May

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Parties don’t heed appeals to ‘clean’ election ballots (Koha Ditore)
PDK and LDK continue to keep their ballots under wraps (Zeri)
Daka: Problems with diaspora voters due to snap elections (Koha Ditore)
Veseli: Elections called because of government’s lack of vision (Zeri)
Kurti presents Vetevendosje’s political programme (dailies)
Haradinaj promises visa liberalisation in three months’ time (Kosova Sot)
Pacolli: With Vetevendosje after elections (Zeri)
“Serbian List would prevent creation of Kosovo’s army” (Lajmi)
Apostolova: Kosovo decides on whether to renegotiate demarcation (RTK)
Thaci travels to Austria to meet President Van der Bellen (RTK)

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UNMIK Headlines 20 May

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• 26 political entities to participate on 11 June elections (RTK)
• Ymeri: Acceptance of election results depends on their flow (Lajmi)
• Hoyt Yee writes to Arbana Xharra (Lajmi.net)
• The chaotic western Balkans take sudden turn for the better (The Economist)

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UNMIK Headlines 18 May

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“Guns vs. Roses” election battle (Koha Ditore/Epoka e Re)
“War wing” aims over 50 percent of votes (Epoka e Re)
No coalition agreement reached between LDK and Vetevendosje (dailies)
U.S. reiterates: Support uncorrupt candidates (Zeri)
100 observers from the EU will be monitoring elections (Epoka e Re)
IMF advises parties not to promise pay raise during election campaign (Koha)

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Selimi: No one will drag Vetevendosje into political deals (Kosovapress)

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Reports that Vetevendosje is expected to enter a coalition with the Democratic League of Kosovo (LDK) and the New Kosovo Alliance (AKR) were dispelled today by Vetevendosje MP Rexhep Selimi who said that these were merely speculations. “No one will drag Vetevendosje into political deals. If we wanted to enter into those kind of combinations […]

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Vetevendosje refuses possibility of entering a coalition with LDK or PDK (Telegrafi)

By   /  15/05/2017  /  Articles from Kosovo media  /  No Comments

Vetevendosje’s Aida Derguti said today after the meeting of the outgoing Assembly presidency that her party will not join any pre-election coalition with the Democratic Party of Kosovo (PDK) or the Democratic League of Kosovo (LDK). However, Derguti said Vetevendosje has no red lines towards a possible coalition with the Alliance for the Future of […]

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UNMIK Headlines 15 May

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LDK against the idea of a broad pre-election coalition (Koha Ditore)
Veseli: Elections came as consequence of Mustafa’s failure (Epoka e Re)
Haradinaj: Internationals to settle Kosovo-Serbia outstanding issues (Koha)
Xharra in a stable condition following assault (Koha/Insajderi)
Hoyt hopes new Kosovo prime minister will ratify demarcation (Lajmi)
Rakic blames EU for murders in the north (Zëri)

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Vetevendosje certified as political party (Lajmi.net)

By   /  12/05/2017  /  Articles from Kosovo media  /  No Comments

Central Election Commission (CEC) has approved the request of Vetevendosje movement to certify as a political party. The decree issued by CEC, notes that this party has fulfilled all the conditions to be certified as political party. Vetevendosje movement had applied to become a political party months ago. After the decision of the CEC, this […]

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Kosovo general elections on 11 June (Lajmi.net)

By   /  11/05/2017  /  Articles from Kosovo media  /  No Comments

The President of Kosovo, Hashim Thaci, is expected to decree 11 June as the date for the national elections of Kosovo. Lajmi.net reports based on its sources that Thaci is expected to issue the decree today, being that all political parties, excluding Vetevendosje agreed for 11 June to be the date of the new elections. […]

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Vetevendosje: The government is down (Kallxo.com)

By   /  10/05/2017  /  Articles from Kosovo media  /  No Comments

During the Assembly debate on the no-confidence motion for the government, head of the Vetevendosje movement parliamentary group, Glauk Konjufca, counted some of what he called failures of the government of Kosovo, with Isa Mustafa as Prime Minister. According to Konjufca,  Mustafa became Prime Minister with the agreement which made Hashim Thaci President, a few […]

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Mustafa leaves the Assembly session (Koha)

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The Prime Minister of Kosovo, Isa Mustafa, left the Assembly session after listening to the speeches of the heads of PDK and LDK parliamentary groups. During the speech of the head of Vetevendosje movement parliamentary group, Glauk Konjufca, Mustafa left the session, however it is not known if the MPs and Ministers from his party, […]

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Vetevendosje vows to continue opposing border demarcation deal (Koha/Klan Kosova)

By   /  08/05/2017  /  Articles from Kosovo media  /  No Comments

Vetevendosje leader, Visar Ymeri, said in press conference today that the government of Kosovo had “no courage” to send the border demarcation agreement to the Assembly today. “The government also knows it to be damaging for the country,” he told reporters. He said that Vetevendosje would continue to oppose the border demarcation agreement by employing […]

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