Municipality in Kosovo turns to Constitutional Court

The municipal assembly in the town of Zvecan in northern Kosovo met on Monday for an extraordinary session to discuss the local elections.

(kosovocompromisestuff) Tuesday, August 27, 2013

The Constitutional Court of the Republic of Serbia should state its view as to whether the participation of Kosovo Serbs as Serbian citizens in the Kosovo local elections is in keeping with the provisions of the Constitution and the laws of Serbia, the councilors concluded.The conclusions read out by Zvecan Municipal Assembly President Momcilo Gvozdic, the councillors reiterated that they are against the participation of Serbs in the elections and the staging of the elections itself which have been scheduled for November 3. They underscored that they will not overstep the constitutional and legal framework of the Republic of Serbia and that they will not enter the constitutional and legal framework of another, unrecognized country. The Zvecan municipal assembly wants representatives of Serbs and four northern Kosovo municipalities to address once more the Constitutional Court through a letter and ask for a decision on the constitutionality and legality of the Brussels agreement on the normalisation of relations with Priština and accompanying agreements, decrees and other acts for the implementation of the agreement adopted on April 19.