4 June 1996 Ibrahim Rugova, president of the unrecognized “Republic of Kosovo” issued a decree on extending the mandate of members of “the parliament of Kosovo” for another year. Rugova made the decision to practically freeze political life within the parallel, pseudo-state system which ethnic Albanians invented in Kosovo on May 24 the day the […]

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