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Objections for the amnesty bill continue

By   /  08/07/2013  /  Headlines, Kosovo, Politics, XK Politics  /  Comments Off on Objections for the amnesty bill continue

Pristina, July 8, 2013 Following the failure to vote it in parliament, the amnesty bill was discussed once again today in the parliamentary law committee. The Self Determination MP, Albulena Haxhiu has once again objected this bill in spite of the changes made by the government. Haxhiu considered these changes as small and substantial. “This […]

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Government amends the amnesty bill

By   /  05/07/2013  /  Headlines, Kosovo, Politics, XK Politics  /  Comments Off on Government amends the amnesty bill

Pristina, July 5, 2013 The government of Kosovo has carried out several amendments today in the amnesty bill. According to the government, the changes comply with the demands made by MPs in yesterday’s plenary session in parliament. “All criminal offenses which have resulted in bodily injuries and murder will not benefit from the amnesty”, said […]

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Justice Minister Kuci: Murderers will not benefit from the amnesty

By   /  04/07/2013  /  Kosovo, Politics, XK Politics  /  Comments Off on Justice Minister Kuci: Murderers will not benefit from the amnesty

Pristina, July 4, 2013 The Minister of Justice, Hajredin Kuci has declared today in parliament that the bill on amnesty will not mean 100% of amnesty. He said that Enver Zymberi and Selver Haradinaj will not benefit an amnesty, because the bill doesn’t aim to pardon murderers. Kuci said that if it was up to […]

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Amnesty law pardons 69 criminal offenses for the Serbs of the North

By   /  26/06/2013  /  Kosovo, Social, XK Social  /  Comments Off on Amnesty law pardons 69 criminal offenses for the Serbs of the North

Pristina, June 26, 2013 The amnesty law which has been drafted by the Government of Kosovo recently offers amnesty for armed organized groups, people who have set fire to state buildings, usurpers, smugglers and customs tax cheaters. This means that the Serbs of the North may be pardoned for 69 different offenses. The amnesty will […]

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Self Determination Movement warns that it will send the Brussels Agreement to the Constitutional Court

By   /  10/06/2013  /  Kosovo, Politics, XK Politics  /  Comments Off on Self Determination Movement warns that it will send the Brussels Agreement to the Constitutional Court

Pristina, June 10, 2013 Self Determination Movement has warned that it will send the bill for the ratification of the Brussels Agreement to the Constitutional Court if it’s successfully ratified in parliament. “This agreement is anti-constitutional in all its content”, said the MP of Self Determination Movement, Albulena Haxhiu. Meanwhile, the Bill and the implementation […]

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Amnesty bill reaches the law committee

By   /  10/06/2013  /  Kosovo, Politics, XK Politics  /  Comments Off on Amnesty bill reaches the law committee

Pristina, June 10, 2013 The deputy Prime Minister of Kosovo, Hajredin Kuci will inform today the parliamentary law committee about the positioning of the government in relation to the amnesty bill, which has recently sparked debates as to whether only the Serbs of the north will benefit from it or the entire population of Kosovo. […]

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