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On 3 February the Kosovo parliament approved the formation of a government under Albin Kurti, the leader of the anti-establishment Vetëvendosje (VV, Self-…
The opposition parties won the snap parliamentary elections in Kosovo on 6 October. According to exit polls, Vetëvendosje (Self-Determination), the anti-establishment…
Several serious incidents were seen in Serbia-Kosovo relations between 3 and 9 September.
The negotiations between Serbia and Kosovo aimed at reaching a comprehensive agreement to normalise relations between the two states are to enter a new phase in September.
Most deputies in the ruling coalition made an attempt to repeal the law creating the Specialist Chambers and Specialist Prosecutor’s Office based in the Hague.
On 10 May, the parliament of Kosovo passed a vote of no confidence in the coalition government.
Politicians in Kosovo and Serbia see the dialogue through the prism of the benefits they can get from Brussels and the EU member states.
The opposition in Kosovo is protesting against the deal signed in August this year with Serbia and against the border agreement with Montenegro.
The deadlock in coalition talks has above all been brought about by personal conflicts and by Prime Minister’s desire to remain in power at any price.
The way in which the election was held clearly proves that an intergovernmental deal will not solve the problems of the Serb community in northern Kosovo.