A mere 35-days after being elected President, the Kosovo Constitutional Court released a ruling yesterday that the election violated the Kosovo Constitution. The official verdict of the case has not been released yet and is expected to come out on Wednesday. Without the verdict, it is not yet know if new elections will take place for the post or if Pacolli will be forced to step down from the post.
In other news, corruption and organized crime has been big in the Kosovo headlines recently. The Global Post published an article about how the international community, particularly the US, has ignored allegations of corruption and involvement in organized crime when it comes to Kosovo politicians, particularly Haschim Thaci. In similar news, it seems that Haschim Thaci also could have difficulties traveling internationally due to the allegations as he must secure diplomatic visas which offer him immunity so that he is not arrested abroad.
And finally, there has been a rash of articles lately about the parallels and/or differences between the intervention in Kosovo in 1999 and the current intervention ongoing in Libya. Here are a few articles for each viewpoint.
Libya & Kosovo