Sunday’s election results were a political earthquake that will resonate beyond the formation of the next government. The electorate have exhibited a refusal to surrender to the blackmail and nepotism that have been endemic in Kosovar politics for the last 20 years.
The 'Joint History Project' is an attempt to provide educators with a multi-perspective textbook on Balkan history, but its presentation of events in Kosovo omits key incidents, while many that are reported are presented superficially, inaccurately or with a pro-Serbian bias.
As a new administration is set to take over the Kosovo Government in a matter of weeks, those hopeful that the economic malpractice that has plagued previous administrations will be dismantled offer a few steps to push the new government in the right direction.
As news of PDK’s dismissal of party officials holding corruption indictments unfolds, so do fresh appointments of board members with links to PDK to Kosovo’s public enterprises. Valmir Ismaili asks, does this revived push for anti-corruption smell like diversion tactics, or more like early elections?