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Press Review 28 Oct 13

Kosovo Press Review – October 28, 2013

Voters list increased for about a million people. 50 prosecutors to secure votes. SAA talks launched-road to EU still far away.

Pristina

KOHA DITORE

The voters list for the November 3 elections is much bigger as it should be as names of dead people and those living in the diaspora are part of it, Koha Ditore reports. According to the Kosovo daily, the voters list is about 500,000 people more as it should be.

ZERI

The state prosecution and the Kosovo Police will cooperate on Election Day in order to collect information for eventual irregularities in the process, the Kosovo daily writes. Zeri underlines, people who try to hinder the elections will be arrested.

TRIBUNA

Kosovo will launch the dialogue for the Stabilization-Association Agreement, saying the country is on a secure European path, Tribuna reports. However, the paper quotes experts criticizing Kosovo institutions for ignoring middle-term criteria.

Balkan Insight has not verified the facts in the original press reports and cannot vouch for their accuracy.

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