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Kosovo Turning into a Police State as Corrupt Government Arrests Opposition Party

Detention from 30 days to 17 protesters


  • 20 November 2015 – 18:24
  • KosovaLive360

Basic Court of Pristina decided detention from 30 days to 17 opposition protesters.

This move to 17 protesters had asked the Prosecutor’s Office in Pristina.

They are suspected of the crime of “participation in a crowd committing a criminal offense and hooliganism”.

Pristina Prosecutor’s Office has announced KosovaLive has launched investigations against four other defendants for criminal offenses “Coercion” and “destruction or damage of property”, works these convicted by the Criminal Code of Kosovo.

Basic Court is expected that within a day of decision on the request of the Prosecutor.

Police are looking for three other MPs from the ranks of self-determination. For Albin Kurti, Albulena Haxhiu Faton Topalli was issued a warrant for the same offense as Kadaj- Bujupi.

We recall that on Wednesday, under the organization of the three opposition parties protesting for more than 8 hours in the main streets of Pristina. All this came after in the morning, was arrested MP of the Alliance for the Future of Kosovo, Donika Kadaj-Bujupi and raided the homes of deputy Albin Kurti and Albulena Haxhiu.

The situation escalated when the crowd organized, appeared MP Albin Kurti and heralded the news that Kadaj Bujupi deputy was requested 30 days detention.

The opposition has announced it will stop such actions until the release of MP and withdrawal of signatures by the Association Agreement with the Serb majority municipalities and she demarcation with Montenegro.




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