Kosovo’s president sets early parliamentary elections on October 6

UNITED STATES, WASHINGTON (OBSERVATORY) — Kosovo President Hashim Taqi set a date for early parliamentary elections on October 6 after Prime Minister Ramush Haradinaj resigned.

Haradinaj resigned on July 19 after being summoned by the country’s war crimes prosecutor for questioning over his role in a 1998-1999 rebellion against Serb forces. Kosovo’s parliament voted last week to dissolve itself, paving the way for Paki to call early elections.


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