KOSOVO TAKES A MAJOR STEP TOWARDS SELF-RULE ON MONDAY WHEN ITS LEGISLA...
World | March 4, 2002, Monday // 00:00
Kosovo takes a major step towards self-rule on Monday when its legislature appoints a president, prime minister and government. The votes in the 120-member Kosovo assembly should be a formality, Reuters commented. The Yugoslav province's main ethnic Albanian parties last week ended months of wrangling following a landmark general election and agreed on how to share power. Under the deal, veteran pacifist Ibrahim Rugova should become Kosovo president. The premiership goes to Bajram Rexhepi of the Democratic Party of Kosovo (PDK), which has its roots in the ethnic Albanian guerrilla movement which fought Serb rule.
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