Kosovan parliamentary election
Albania sent a note to Europe: We adopted the resolution that also concerns Kosovo
This is the Resolution on the unfoundedness of claims about the illegal trade in human organs in Kosovo and Albania, adopted in the Albanian parliament on July 21, 2022, with a request to submit it to the competent authorities, Kosovo Online learns.
Why Albania’s Edi Rama ‘Misses’ Thaci’s Presence in Kosovo
Albanian PM's visit to Kosovo again highlighted his alleged grudges with his Kosovo counterpart, Albin Kurti.
Albania PM to Submit Resolution in Strasbourg Against Marty Report
During a joint meeting on Monday in Pristina between the governments of Kosovo and Albania, Prime Minister Edi Rama said that he will personally submit a report to the Council of Europe in Strasbourg being prepared in Albania's parliament querying the Dick Marty report and what he alleged was its Russian influence.
Pacolli: "Serbia did us a favor 11 years ago"
Behgjet Pacolli, the leader of New Kosovo Alliance (AKR) was speaking on the occasion of the 11th anniversary of the verdict of the International Court of Justice in The Hague, which then "determined that the Declaration of Independence of Kosovo did not violate international law."
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Politics Still Sways Public Sector Hiring in Kosovo
With a fourth government in two years taking power in March, Kosovo's publicly-owned enterprises face a new round of firing and hiring.
The most senior positions in state-run firms are traditionally filled with political appointees, who invariably depart when a new government enters office.
Kosovo’s Vetevendosje Makes Surprise Call for Election Law Changes
The election of Kosovo's next president took a new twist on Friday when the Vetevendosje [Self-Determination] party's parliamentary group called a meeting of the parliamentary presidency to examine a request to amend the Law on Election, suggesting that new snap polls might be on the horizon, less than two months after Kosovo's last elections.
Kosovo’s Kurti Seeks to Form ‘No Compromise’ Government Quickly
Kosovo's election winner, Albin Kurti of the Vetevendosje (Self-Determination) Movement, has for the past two days been in the parliament building holding meetings with leaders of all political parties that won seats in the February 14 general elections, trying to form a government quickly before turning to the issue of the country's next president.
Kosovo LDK’s New Leader Promises ‘Comeback’ After Election Thrashing
Lumir Abdixhiku has been elected the new chairperson of the Democratic League of Kosovo, LDK, exactly one month after Kosovo's oldest party was humbled disastrously in parliamentary elections, promising to restore the party "to its original place".
Kosovo Bosniaks Protest About ‘Election Trickery’
Around 50 supporters of Kosovo Bosniak political party Nasa Inicijativa protested in Pristina on Tuesday, claiming that the parliamentary elections on February 14 were "an undemocratic electoral process and compromised by manipulations".
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Kosovo’s Bosniak, Roma Parties Plot Fightback Over ‘Election Trick’
Traditional representatives of Bosniaks and the Roma in Kosovo insist the main Kosovo Serb party manipulated their communities' vote in the recent election - and are preparing a legal challenge.