Voting possibilities for diaspora members can be a driver for democratic development in Kosovo.
With a corpus of poorly educated voters, the candidates for MP in the upcoming Kosovo elections focus predominantly on numbers: the numerical order of party lists impacts who is elected.
Alleged voter intimidation against the Serb community in northern Kosovo should be investigated, a joint statement from the Quint states reads.
This election is not about “bullshit”; it is about fighting through the electoral advantage that the parties in power have, to see who has the best offer for Kosovo’s future.
The entire country is being suffocated under an avalanche of bullshit in what best can be described as a clownish political roadshow masquerading as democracy in action.