Kosovo leaders are not giving up plans to repeal war crimes court law

Kosovo main leaders – President Hashim Thaci, Prime Minister Ramush Haradinaj, and Assembly Speaker Kadri Veseli, are not giving up on their plans to abrogate the war crimes court law. Despite warning of international community to stop the initiative for repealing the law, Kosovo leaders continue backing the initiative launched by 43 ruling MPs to repeal the Law on Specialist Chambers and Specialist Prosecution Office, which will deal with alleged crimes committed by the KLA during Kosovo war. Gazeta Express got hold of a document of the Assembly’s Presidency confirming that the request of MPs to repeal the Law is expected to be discussed during Wednesday’s meeting.

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