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PDK and AAK are in the same line concerning the constitutional reforms referring to the Presidents post. Behgjet Pacolli says Astrit Haraqija asking money from him to settle the “Grand Hotel” ownership.
The ruling Democratic Party of Kosovo, PDK, through a broad political agreement is aiming at postponing the entry into force of the constitutional amendments referring to the President’s post. The opposition Democratic League of Kosovo, LDK, refuses to be part of such a deal, but the Alliance for the Future of Kosovo, AAK, says it will join the table. PDK, besides its 59 lawmakers, 12 of the AAK, is also counting on the 10 independent lawmakers. With 81 MP’s on the Parliament, the Constitutional Reforms would pass
EU’s High Representative on Foreign Policy and Security Issues, Catherine Ashton will meet at the end of the month in New York, Kosovo’s Prime Minister Hashim Thaci and Serbia’s President Tomislav Nikolic. Here mission is to make them accept continue the dialogue. Pristina continues to say that it will not join the negotiations table, without prior implementation of all the agreements reached during the EU led process.
The leader of one of the biggest mafia families in the Balkans, Naser Kelmendi, is suspected of hiding in Kosovo. Sources of the paper, claim to have seen him in the city of Peja on Wednesday. Kelmendi is on the “black list” of US’s President Barack Obama, and is wanted for months by the authorities in Bosnia and Herzegovina and Montenegro.
Balkan Insight has not verified the facts in the original press reports and cannot vouch for their accuracy.
The Serbian paramilitary who became a key prosecution witness at his former comrades’ trial for war crimes in Kosovo says he had to speak out about the brutal massacres his unit committed.