Thursday, April 28, 2011

KOSOVO - A new election?

After the Constitutional Court invalidated the election of businessman Behgjet Pacolli, Kosovo is now chaired by the Acting Chairman of Parliament, Jakup Krasniqi. A situation that makes this small country, which is still not recognized by the UN, in a situation of failure and raises the specter of early elections, predicts the daily Koha Ditore.

"Nobody takes seriously the Kosovo if we do not ourselves," the paper said. He recalls that this period of political instability comes as the authorities of the former Serbian province are supposed to resume dialogue with Belgrade under the auspices of the European Union. "It's been six months since the raid on a gentle slope continues.

We must either find a minimum consensus among the political class, either admit the need for new legislative elections," because the Assembly has no majority for elect a new president, says Koha Ditore.

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