Pristina, February 12, 2015/Independent Balkan News Agency
By Elton Tota
Kosovo’s PM, Isa Mustafa has briefed the government cabinet on the agreement reached in Brussels about the functioning of courts in the northern part of Kosovo.
In the meeting held this morning, Mustafa said that the delegation from Kosovo has tried to preserve the justice system in Kosovo.
According to him, the agreement doesn’t change any article of the laws or the Constitution of Kosovo.
“These laws will be applied in the entire territory of Kosovo”, said Mustafa.
Mustafa added that there will be a unique justice system with one court of first instance and one prosecution of first instance which will act in all communes.
Commenting on this agreement, the Minister of Justice, Hajredin Kuci said that a unique justice system has been preserved with the court of first instance and prosecution of first instance, the laws applied in the entire territory of the Republic of Kosovo, the preservation of powers to appoint prosecutors and judges and the fact that no laws have been changed.
PM Mustafa also briefed the cabinet on the meetings that he had in Brussels, where he has received support for the establishment of the Armed Forces of Kosovo. /ibna/