Serbia demands Kosovo to amend 30 laws

Serbia demands Kosovo to amend 30 laws

Pristina, May 22, 2013

During the talks taking place in Brussels, Serbia is demanding Kosovo to amend 30 laws in order for the association of Serb communes to have concrete powers in conformity with the agreement. The Serb authorities have given up from the demand to continue with the current Serb authorities in Kosovo and immediately want to form the constitutive Serb communes.

Meanwhile, the amendment of laws would be an interim solution which would last until the local government elections in Kosovo which may be held in autumn this year.

Meanwhile, Prime Minister of Kosovo, Hashim Thaçi has demanded the cessation of all parallel structures and until the local elections are held, the government of Kosovo to be in charge of the law and order in that part of Kosovo.

The Prime Minister of Kosovo, Hashim Thaçi and the Serbian Prime Minister, Ivica Dacic have met in Brussels again, after technical delegations failed to reach an agreement for the implementation of the deal reached in Brussels on April 19. /ibna/