Election legitimate? + Dell open letter +

++ All dailies report that the opposition parties will ask for the Constitutional Court’s opinion as to whether the election of Behgjet Pacolli as President of Kosovo is legitimate. ++ EU officials, including EU High Representative Catherine Ashton and EU Enlargement Commissioner Stefan Fuele, and ICR Pieter Feith welcomed the establishment of the new institutions. ++ The open letter of the US Ambassador to Kosovo, Christopher Dell, to the Independent Media Commission is covered by all dailies ++ Read more here: News Monitor 24.02.2011 / Broadcast Report 23.02.2011 / News Monitor 23.02.2011 / UN Kosovo Media Monitoring 23.02.2011

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