1. You claim to be a New Zealander and not Serb. Aren't there some Maoris whose rights you should stand up for?
    You're as Serbian as Karadzic.
    (metrod, 1 April 2012 04:08)

    You cannt come to terms that there are others who are non Serbs that see what is going on in the world. By the why please subdue your ignorance as Maori rights have existed for a long time in fact they had signed a treaty well over 100 years ago. Today Moaris have more privliges than whites.
    (sj, 1 April 2012 13:29)

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  2. "Firstly; I dont know how many times I've had to say it, but once again, I am in no way a Serb

    And secondly; do you really think abandoning the most repressed and threatened people in Europe to a government made up of ex terrorists who tried to wipe them out in the past with as little legitmacy as King Zog is a good thing? You sicken me.
    (New Zealande"


    Serbs are in now way the most threatened people in Europe.
    It's obvious that you don't know that. Your comments reflect how much you know.

    You claim to be a New Zealander and not Serb. Aren't there some Maoris whose rights you should stand up for?
    You're as Serbian as Karadzic.
    (metrod, 1 April 2012 04:08)

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  3. And secondly; do you really think abandoning the most repressed and threatened people in Europe to a government made up of ex terrorists who tried to wipe them out in the past with as little legitmacy as King Zog is a good thing? You sicken me.
    (New Zealander, 31 March 2012 21:31)

    what do the Belarusians (the most repressed people in Europe) have anything to do with what is being discussed here ?! Also, I was not aware that Belarus ever had a King LOL
    (icj1, 1 April 2012 04:00)

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  4. I doubt that is the reason, I think it is rather because the ruling parties have almost no support within Kosmet.
    (New Zealander, 31 March 2012 12:17)

    Read again, Serb in NZ. It is perfectly ok to cast your vote for parliament elections in Kosovo, just Serbs can vote anywhere in the world, even in NZ for the Skupstina. The votes are not lost. Only local elections are not authorized.

    Of course that means that Serbia finally surrendered in Kosovo (expect that Belgrade claims the opposite), but it is also a concession to the voters in Serbia. Many are already incredibly tired of the Kosovization of politics. It brings nothing, only the perpetuation of the socio-economic agony and Kosovo will never will return freely to Serbia. So, welcome to the 21st century.

    Cheers!
    (Berk., 31 March 2012 13:31)

    Firstly; I dont know how many times I've had to say it, but once again, I am in no way a Serb

    And secondly; do you really think abandoning the most repressed and threatened people in Europe to a government made up of ex terrorists who tried to wipe them out in the past with as little legitmacy as King Zog is a good thing? You sicken me.
    (New Zealander, 31 March 2012 21:31)

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  5. OOPS
    (Avni, 31 March 2012 17:52)

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  6. If this is true this is a violation of Serbia's constitution and an act of treason. It's high time to get rid of this quisling government who takes their orders from Berlin and Washington.
    I am sure Kosovo Serbs will hold their elections no matter what they say or do.
    Cheers!!
    (Dragan, 31 March 2012 15:03)

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  7. "High security risks" - makes sense somehow, having in mind that Serbian interior minister banned the pride parade in Belgrade for the very same reasons than now: Violence threats by some extremists. LOL
    (Comm. Parrisson, 31 March 2012 14:40)

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  8. "We have all the necessary logistics for it,” Zvečan Mayor Dobrosav Dobrić stressed."

    You do not give a damn even of Serbian government. Do it as "you have the logistics" BUT do not blame the others for any consequences.

    I hope the Serbian government will keep the mouth shut in the meantime if it is not throwing the stone and trying to hide the hand.
    (EA, 31 March 2012 13:50)

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  9. We see that Tadic and Company would like to have appointed provisional administrations in northern Kosovo, and these People will be Puppets and Quislings who neither care for nor Represent the People, and they will be Albanians even though they are Serbs.

    The People in North Kosovo should hold a Referendum on appointed provisional administrations from Belgrade and reject it for Elected Representatives.
    (Yet Another J S, 31 March 2012 13:31)

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  10. I doubt that is the reason, I think it is rather because the ruling parties have almost no support within Kosmet.
    (New Zealander, 31 March 2012 12:17)

    Read again, Serb in NZ. It is perfectly ok to cast your vote for parliament elections in Kosovo, just Serbs can vote anywhere in the world, even in NZ for the Skupstina. The votes are not lost. Only local elections are not authorized.

    Of course that means that Serbia finally surrendered in Kosovo (expect that Belgrade claims the opposite), but it is also a concession to the voters in Serbia. Many are already incredibly tired of the Kosovization of politics. It brings nothing, only the perpetuation of the socio-economic agony and Kosovo will never will return freely to Serbia. So, welcome to the 21st century.

    Cheers!
    (Berk., 31 March 2012 13:31)

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  11. " The most powerful countries have given “the green light” for Serbia to hold the parliamentary elections in Kosovo "

    Probably only Russia support Belgrad on this issue, Not uncle Sam.
    (BT, 31 March 2012 13:27)

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  12. Lets be 100% real here..the ruling parties cannot afford another 100,000 votes against them since this appears to be the end.

    Cannot say I blame them, but when they eventually end up in prison for treason they will know it was because of their decision and no one else's.

    Of course our occupiers down south will say this is because Serbia is bowing down to occupying rule but there is no way you could come to Mitrovica and force anyone to do anything because you tried last July and were humiliated and sent packing to your drug capital with one less terrorist and did nothing about it.

    That is quite fine though because Tadic and his DS are going to face the same fate Yulia Tymoshenko faced in the Ukraine and that is a jail cell.
    (Ari Gold, 31 March 2012 12:53)

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  13. I doubt that is the reason, I think it is rather because the ruling parties have almost no support within Kosmet.
    (New Zealander, 31 March 2012 12:17)

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