Analysis 18 Jul 12

Kosovo’s ‘Independence’ Stirs Debate on PM’s Power

The end of so-called ‘supervised independence’ in September is stirring debate on whether too much power is shifting in the direction of the Prime Minister.

Besiana Xharra, Lavdim Hamidi BIRN Pristina

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