Assembly Speaker Jakup Krasniqi feels not responsible + New election of Kosovo President next week +

Krasniqi feels not responsible - but blames his staffPRISTINA, Kosovo ++  According to the Constitutional Court of Kosovo the election of Behgjet Pacolli as the new President of Kosovo by the Assembly was unconstitu-tional. Pacolli’s advisor Gashi declared that Pacolli is ready to respect this decision: "Pacolli will be the candidate of the coalition partners in the new election of a new president because based on the decision of the Constitutional Court, he did not violate the constitution".

Kosovo PM Hashim Thaci stated, the President of Kosovo will be elected next week. Meanwhile Assembly Speaker Jakup Krasniqi … does not feel responsible for the unconstitutional election of Pacolli as President of Kosovo. Krasniqi even was quoted as saying, it was the Assembly administration, which was responsible for the procedures of the session which he chaired … ++ Read more here: News Monitor 31.03.2011 / Broadcast Monitor

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