Hidayet Hisseni, 44, is a former vice-president of the Democratic Alliance of Kosovo (LDK). Today, he is one of Ibrahim Rugova’s hardest critics In April, Hisseni rallied a group of his supporters from the LDK and the Forum of Kosovo’s intellectuals to form his own party, the New Democratic Alliance of Kosovo (NLDK). The party […]
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