Kosovo Central Election Commission has clarified the declaration made by Serbian Prime Minister, Ivica Dacic that he will vote in the local government elections. According to the CEC, Dacic must first register with this commission.
“If he wants to vote in the local government elections in Kosovo, the Serbian Prime Minister, Ivica Dacic must register at the Central Election Commission in Kosovo. Prime Minister Dacic has declared in numerous occasions in the media that he wants to vote in the local elections in Kosovo, given that he was born in Prizren. This wish can be fulfilled for him”, said Bajram Latifi, member of CEC.
According to Latifi, out of all the criteria needed to have the right to vote, Dacic only meets that of age.
According to the data from the Agency of Statistics of Kosovo released for February, the majority part of imported goods into Kosovo originates from Serbia.
Meanwhile, exports toward Serbia continue to be much lower. During the month of February, Kosovo has imported 156.3 million Euros worth of goods, while the value of exports has been 22.6 million Euros.
For many years, consumers in Kosovo have been asked to boycott Serbian products through the “Boycott 860” campaign, 860 representing the initial figures of the barcode that accompanies products coming from Serbia.
This campaign is conducted by “Self-Determination” Movement, which last year also added the slogan “Love Yours”, thus appealing for products Made in Kosovo to be consumed.