A Kosovo human rights activist has expressed doubts about justice for Albanian and Serb victims of the conflict in the 1990s.
Bekim Blakaj, Director of the Humanitarian Law Centre Kosovo, told Belgrade daily Danas that he fears that most of the victims will not receive justice.
“We have no one convicted for the murder of Serbs. The Albanian victims in Kosovo have seen no justice, let alone the Serbs,” he said.
Blakaj said that the new Specialist Chambers and prosecution which were formed to investigate and try war crimes committed by the Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA) do not enjoy a good reputation and are supported for the wrong reasons by people who are not concerned with justice but believe that court will clear up the political scene in Kosovo.
He said local courts should be doing much more to process war crimes cases.