The Parliamentary Elections in Kosovo: A Chance For a Real Change?
Webinar: 18 February 2021, 12.00 – 13.00, Zoom platform
On 14 February 2021, early parliamentary elections took place in Kosovo. According to some media, these general elections seem to be one of the most important elections in Kosovo since many years. Are these speculations justified? What do the next early elections say about the specificity of Kosovo’s political system? Do they represent a real political change in Kosovo? Could the elections’ results affect the dynamics of the EU-facilitated dialogue on normalization between Belgrade and Prishtina?
These and other questions will be discussed at the webinar organized by the Institute of Central Europe.
Xhorxhina Bami, Correspondent for Kosovo for Balkan Insight, the regional media platform of the media organization BIRN, Balkan
Investigative Reporting Network, Prishtina, Kosovo
Albulena Halili, Researcher at Max van der Stoel Institute, South East European University, Tetovo, North Macedonia
Rigels Halili, Center for East European Studies, University of Warsaw, Warsaw, Poland
Dušan Janjić, President of the Executive Board of Forum for Ethnic Relations, Belgrade, Serbia
Besnik Vasolli, Expert on EU accession process, Prishtina, Kosovo
Agata Domachowska, Senior Analyst at the Balkan Department, Institute of Central Europe, Lublin, Poland
Konrad Pawłowski, Head of the Balkan Department, Institute of Central Europe, Lublin, Poland