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Anita McKinna

About Anita McKinna

Anita McKinna has been researching issues related to Kosovo and the Balkans since the late 1990s. She completed her PhD on the international administration of Kosovo at the University of Melbourne, after having attained an MPhil on the post-war reconstruction of Kosovo from Cambridge University. She has published several articles on the interaction of international administrators and local political actors in post-war Kosovo. Currently Anita is based in Pristina, Kosovo.

Kosovo Assembly Votes For Special Court

This week the Kosovo Assembly voted in favour of the constitutional amendments that allows the creation of the so-called ‘Special Court’; a court that would specifically investigate the allegations detailed in EU Special Rapporteur Dick Marty’s report into crimes committed by Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA) members. The Assembly voted on the establishment of the court in April 2014 but then in June this year, amid public protects, it rejected the vote on making the constitutional amendments necessary for the court to be established. Continue reading Kosovo Assembly Votes For Special Court