Reading the results of Kosovo’s snap elections
Reading the results of Kosovo’s snap elections On 10 July the Central Election Commission informed the President of Kosovo that it had certified the election results of the 11 June parliamentary election. According to the Rules of Procedure of the Assembly of Kosovo, the Assembly’s inaugural session will now be convened by the President within thirty (30) days of the official announcement
Quotas for Gender Representation in Kosovo’s Election Rules
Quotas for Gender Representation in Kosovo’s Election Rules Kosovo has a number of mechanisms to ensure representation of vulnerable and marginalized groups in public institutions. Under Kosovo’s constitutional and legal framework minority communities benefit from a wide range of mechanisms that aim at protecting and promoting their rights.Women’s issues also are at the core
Dynamics within Serb Community Political Establishment Ahead of Snap Elections in Kosovo
Dynamics within Serb Community Political Establishment Ahead of Snap Elections in Kosovo In the upcoming snap election of June 11, the Serb community in Kosovo will for the first time compete with six political parties and citizen initiates. The Serb political representatives
Kosovo snap elections, background, rules and some predictions
Kosovo snap elections, background, rules and some predictions Less than a week ago, the Assembly of Kosovo, with a majority of votes, under an initiative brought forward by the three opposition parties, NISMA, AAK and Vetëvendosje, passed the motion of no confidence in the government
Kosovo’s Uneasy Community Governance in 2016 and how to Renew the Community Agenda during 2017
Kosovo’s Uneasy Community Governance in 2016 and how to Renew the Community Agenda during 2017 In a difficult and often challenging year for the Government and for Kosovo society in general, a number of political development have cast shadows over the long-term stability of the governing coalition composed of PDK, LDK, and Srpska lista.