Special Tribunal soon to be voted in parliament

Special Tribunal soon to be voted in parliament

Pristina, 15 June 2015/Independent Balkan News Agency

By Elton Tota

Speaker of parliament of Kosovo, Kadri veseli declared that parliament will soon pass the bill of the special tribunal, which will be voted along with the constitutional changes.

“In fact, we still don’t have the bill. What we have agreed on with the PM is that we will soon send the bill to the plenary session in order to vote it along with the constitutional changes”, Veseli declared.

Veseli said that on Thursday, 18 June, a plenary session will be held to discuss the 15 points, which includes questions that deputy PM Thaci must answer to MPs in relation to the demarcation with Montenegro.

Meanwhile, international community continues to appeal in order for Pristina not to delay the process of the approval of this court.

“I don’t see any reason for further delays in the creation of the Special Tribunal for War Crimes in Kosovo. The constitutional amendments have now been proceeded to parliament and the bill is ready”, declared today special representative of the EU to Pristina, Samuel Zbogar. /ibna/