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May 7, 2014  Pristina, Kosovo

ESTABLISHING LOCAL INSTITUTIONS IN THE NORTH

Kosovo’s government and representatives of the four Serb-majority municipalities in Kosovo’s north have been locked in a complex struggle over the establishment of the municipal institutions. Pristina insists that the municipalities should be established according to Kosovo law, while the Serb representatives demand that the north remains autonomous and that the municipal institutions remain status neutral. To address these irreconcilable positions, the Council for Inclusive Governance organized in Pristina a roundtable discussion for several representatives of Kosovo political parties, officials of the Serb-majority municipalities, and members of civil society.

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