Kosovo’s leadership has also received a message from the international parliamentary elections, whether early or regular, may be declared as institutions of the country during this mandate to take a decision on the establishment of the Special Court for war crimes. In this context, the decision to enter the extension of the mandate of EULEX police.
This conclusion, according to sources Tribune newspaper, has emerged from the meeting held Wednesday at the U.S. Embassy in Pristina, between the au pair, Ambassador Tracey Ann Jacobson and leaders of major parties in the country, excluding those of self-determination.
According to the same sources, Ambassador Jacobson was once interested to hear from local leaders their opinions if they are willing to bring to the Assembly for approval sometime in the last week of April the establishment of the Special Court for war crimes, which was originally The Tribunal also called for Kosovo.
However, local leaders, according to these sources, the mere fact that they had expressed some reservations, they gave Ambassador Jacobson political message that probably might need a little time to work with their political parties in Parliament to try to ensure 80 votes necessary for the establishment of this Court. / Tribune /