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Pristina: ”Resolution on genocide”, a photo and media (KoSSev)

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The Assembly of Kosovo adopted a resolution on ”genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes of the former regime of the Serbian state committed in Kosovo,” yesterday.

The headlines of Kosovo media, however, were marked with a photo of a scene of an alleged group rape, which Kosovo MP Flora Brovina showed to the media in the assembly, emphasizing that it shows an Albanian woman being raped by Serb forces in the presence of members of her family.

Kosovo media published it immediately without any censorship. By the end of the day it appeared that the disturbing photo comes from a pornographic movie.

KoSSev spoke to journalist Una Hajdari about yesterday’s session.

The aim and message of this resolution were clear from the very beginning of the session, in the introductory speech, says Hajdari:

”For the Kosovo Assembly to confront Serbia with the fact that it committed genocide in Kosovo – I am quoting what was said in the assembly” – Hajdari told KoSSev.

She explained that the Assembly’s role is not to propose such resolutions, which are invalidating all legal processes that could lead to a valid judicial decision eventually.

”This is being done solely to receive internal, local political points, at a time when the PDK has much less support and when the whole story about the Special Court is heating up,” said Hajdari, adding that it is very indicative that the so-called resolution on genocide is a proposal by Kadri Veseli, a member of PDK party.

Hajdari also recalled that this party emphasized earlier that it plays a decisive role in the creation of some sort of peace and stability in Kosovo. However, in her words, they did so in ”the least constructive way possible.”

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