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|dc.description.abstract||Kosovo does not have any emphasized experience related to development and operation of independent state institutions. Development of power in Kosovo, which derives directly from the votes of citizens, happened only after the end of the conflict in 1999, respectively after the installation of the mission of SC of UN – UNMIK and organization of first elections in 2000. But since the establishment of first institutions until now some interventions were noticed, and those interventions, for a country with long tradition but even for Kosovo are not common and are unconstitutional. In Kosovo the most visible and most pronounced interventions happened in the work of legislature, Assembly, initially by the mission of UNMIK and later by the Government itself. Therefore, Kosovo Assembly as the highest legislative and representative body as it was originally intended with the Constitutional Framework and later with the Constitution of Republic of Kosovo, not rarely did not have the possibility to fulfill its constitutional and legal functions.||en_US|
|dc.source||THESIS; 2012; VOL. 1; NO. 1||en_US|
|dc.title||Alienation of the Institution of the Assembly!||en_US|
|Appears in Collections:||2012, VOL. 1, NO. 1|
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