sa Mustafa, leader of the Democratic League of Kosovo (LDK), writes on his Facebook account today that the Constitutional Court last month made a decision “as advised by the Democratic Party of Kosovo (PDK)” and that it has complicated the election of the President of the Kosovo Assembly. “Proof of this is statements by PDK officials who explained the decision several days before it was announced. After delivering this service, the President [Atifete Jahjaga] extended the mandate of international judges, but experts of the Constitution argue that such a decision should be made by the Kosovo Assembly and not the President, because international laws and agreements are not above the Constitution. I would advise the President to see who must extend the mandate of international judges and to withdraw her decision. Kosovo does not need a contested Constitutional Court,” Mustafa writes.