Pantić expects ZSO formation in February

Krstimir Pantić says the statute of the community of Serb municipalities (ZSO) will have to be harmonized with representatives of the international community.

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  1. The ZSO is a meaningless powerless NGO as Serbs have said. It has no powers in executive judicial or legislative areas. It's like the Serbian alliance for space exploration. There's no power. Pantic and other Serbs elected recently have also sworn loyalty to the republic of Kosovo and its constitution.
    (Brian, 3 January 2014 23:04)

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  2. "The statute will have to be approved and dovetailed with officials of the international community, we expect this to be done in the shortest time possible and to have the ZSO formed as early as beginning of February after all municipalities individually make a decision on accession to the ZSO,” he said"

    I have a feeling that the statute will be returned to him with many corrections and questions. So it won't take a short time.
    (Reader, 3 January 2014 20:08)

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  3. ZSO, Ze Serb Organization?

    Not sure what Vulin's assistance is yapping about. The association bears no judicials, executive, or legislative powers. This organization resembles a sister-city partnership...

    Perhaps these 9/10 communities will band together and oppose Pristina's laws. I'm not really sure what they will achieve. However, Pristina dismantled the parallel structures, and now has control of the borders/custom zones, and even finances these communities. If you keep biting at the hand that feeds you, sooner or later, the hand will stop feeding you.

    Tung,
    (KOSO, 2 January 2014 22:01)


    Well Abdul the Camel driver, what is Pristina waiting for? Why doesn’t it “stop feeding” the hand that bites it???? Surely Pristina is in charge and can send in it famous Rosa police force to “clean out the criminals”????
    Like your great supporter the US, you’re all piss and wind. But love the part about feeding; you guys would starve if Brussels cut off its funds. The Serbs are taking you Albos around and around in circles and you can’t even lift a finger LOL, LOL.
    (sj, 3 January 2014 11:21)

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  4. He should constitute municipal parliament first and stop playing games otherwise ZSO will have to be postponed until next year.
    (Avni, 2 January 2014 23:37)

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  5. The JCC will ultimately define and shape the status of Serbs within Kosovo, and allow them as his status finally resolved that normally live and work on it.
    (maksim, 2 January 2014 23:28)

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  6. ZSO, Ze Serb Organization?

    Not sure what Vulin's assistance is yapping about. The association bears no judicials, executive, or legislative powers. This organization resembles a sister-city partnership...

    Perhaps these 9/10 communities will band together and oppose Pristina's laws. I'm not really sure what they will achieve. However, Pristina dismantled the parallel structures, and now has control of the borders/custom zones, and even finances these communities. If you keep biting at the hand that feeds you, sooner or later, the hand will stop feeding you.

    Tung,
    (KOSO, 2 January 2014 22:01)

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