Almost a month after official Pristina “reactivated” the Management Team for the drafting of the Community of Serb Municipalities statute, this team has held today “its first meeting with legal experts in local self-government”. These experts were “delegated” by the four northern municipalities and the Faculty of Law in Kosovska Mitrovica. “At the meeting it has been agreed for the municipalities, as well as the Faculty of Law to engage their legal experts in order to provide expertise in assisting the drafting of the CSM Statute”; “in accordance with the scope and mandate, the Management Team will further consult OSCE representatives, as well as the institutions at the authorized levels in Pristina”, the Team Coordinator, Vinka Radosavljevic stated. There is currently no further information on who the “delegated legal experts” are.
"The Management Team will base its work exclusively on agreements achieved in the course of the Brussels Dialogue between Belgrade and Pristina, respecting the European Charter on Local Self-Government and other democratic European principles and values in this area," reads further the Management Team press release.
The same team members met today with the Mayors of northern municipalities and the Kosovska Mitrovica-based University of Pristina Faculty of Law Dean.
Kosovo Serbs will wait for creation of the Community, it was stated earlier.
"They said they will come out with the CSM statute in three and a half months. Serbia will wait for three and a half months, but I can tell you now – we will not live to see it”, said the Serbian President, Aleksandar Vucic two days before the set deadline of the ultimatum had expired.
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