Kosovo elections 'test of state maturity'

Kosovo citizens vote to elect mayors and members of municipal councils to serve for a term of four years.

Kosovo elections 'test of state maturity'

World Bulletin / News Desk

Kosovar President Atifete Jahjaga on Sunday said the elections were a test for Kosovo's political maturity and democracy.

Jahjaga accompanied by her husband voted at the local elections in Kosovo.

"Today I fulfilled my civic duty and voted. I call on all citizens of Kosovo to go to the ballots and select their representatives. These elections test our political maturity, our democracy," said Jahjaga.

She stressed that this day, in which the people showed their political will, was the best day to commemorate the sufferings of the Kosovar society.

Kosovo citizens on Sunday vote to elect mayors and members of municipal councils to serve for a term of four years.

Kosovo unilaterally declared its independence from Serbia on February 17, 2013.

Electors will go to the ballot until 07:00 p.m. to elect mayors and members of municipal councils to serve for a term of four years.

Last Mod: 03 Kasım 2013, 18:48
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Mike
Mike - 6 yıl Before

This is not a test for a 'state'. This is simply a state of chaos within a province that's been hijacked.