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Solana kritisiert die "unfähigen" Kosovo Politiker

Erstellt von lupo-de-mare, 23.07.2005, 16:10 Uhr · 2 Antworten · 524 Aufrufe

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    Solana kritisiert die "unfähigen" Kosovo Politiker

    Man kann nur Sagen: "wenn Idioten, Pyschopaten, Dummköpfe und Kriminelle" Politiker dort wurden, dann kann es ja auch Nichts werden.

    Im Teil II dann der AI Report über die primitiven arachischen Balkan UCK Taliban, welche keine Menschenrechten und Kultur respektieren.

    http://www.alertnet.org/thenews/newsdesk/L20123058.htm

    Solana criticises Kosovo leaders over democracy

    20 Jul 2005 16:55:28 GMT Source: Reuters

    (Recasts to add Solana quotes and details)

    By Matthew Robinson

    PRISTINA, Serbia and Montenegro, July 20 (Reuters) - EU foreign policy chief Javier Solana accused Kosovo's leaders on Wednesday of dragging their feet on democracy and minority rights, prime conditions for talks on the province's future. Solana delivered his criticism weeks before the international community decides whether the U.N.-run province has made enough progress for talks on the Albanian majority's demand for independence from Serbia. "I am surprised to see ... a slowdown in the process of standards and decentralisation," Solana told reporters in Kosovo's capital Pristina. "That is a mistake. This is a moment when you are being watched by the international community." Kosovo's Western backers hope to open negotiations in September or October if a report drafted by United Nations envoy Kai Eide says the situation on the ground is ripe for talks. The province of 2 million people has been a de facto U.N. protectorate since 1999 when a NATO bombing campaign forced out Serb forces. The Serbs were accused of atrocities during a drive to crush an insurgency. The West says Kosovo must prove its commitment to the rights of minorities -- frequently the target of revenge attacks over the past six years -- before getting an answer on independence. The U.N. wants the government to decentralise power, giving the Serb minority greater control over its affairs. But Kosovo's Albanian leaders are stalling, mindful of conceding too much before negotiations begin. Serbia, which sees the southern province as the ancient cradle of its Orthodox faith, says independence is impossible. Solana's brief visit failed to break a deadlock over full Serb participation in Albanian-dominated institutions. Kosovo's Serb leaders said they had unanimously decided to press on wth a 16-month boycott and that the decision was final. U.N. governor Soren Jessen-Petersen blamed Belgrade. "As long as the Kosovo Serbs are being denied the right to participate, nobody can really take care of their interests," he told reporters.

    (Additional reporting by Branislav Krstic)

    http://web.amnesty.org/library/print/ENGEUR700112005

    AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL PRESS RELEASE AI Index: EUR 70/011/2005 (Public) News Service No: 189 13 July 2005

    Kosovo: Protect the right to health and life

    The health of hundreds of Roma, Ashkali and Egyptiani currently living in camps built on a former lead-smelting site in Kosovo is under serious threat. High levels of lead have been registered in the blood of many of the 531 adults and children who have been living in three camps on the site of the former Trepca Mines Company in Zvecan Municipality near Mitrovica since 1999, when they were forced to leave their homes during the Kosovo conflict. In a letter to the UN Mission in Kosovo (UNMIK) and the Provisional Institutions of Self-Government (PISG), Amnesty International presses for immediate action to address the continuing serious violation of the right to health of the three minority groups. Failure to act may lead to a violation of the right to life guaranteed under international human rights law. "The high concentration of lead in the air and soils of the site and high blood lead levels in the local population were well known from studies conducted in the pre-conflict period of 1999. UNMIK has been aware of the threat to the health of the inhabitants of these camps from at least 2000. Yet, nothing has been done to relocate them," Sian Jones, researcher on Serbia and Montenegro (including Kosovo) at Amnesty International, said. In reports dated July and October 2004, the World Health Organization (WHO) office in Pristina found that almost a third of the children examined had unacceptable levels of lead in their blood: 12 of them were found to have exceptionally high levels. The WHO stated that "...the Roma case is urgent. Children's lives and development potentials are at risk".

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    Re: Solana kritisiert die "unfähigen" Kosovo Polit

    Zitat Zitat von lupo-de-mare
    Man kann nur Sagen: "wenn Idioten, Pyschopaten, Dummköpfe und Kriminelle" Politiker dort wurden, dann kann es ja auch Nichts werden.
    Leider gibt es solche Extreme sogar in weltoffenen Gesellschaften dieser Erde...die selbst nicht wissen was ihr Ziel eigentlich ist.

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    Re: Solana kritisiert die "unfähigen" Kosovo Polit

    Zitat Zitat von Albanesi
    Zitat Zitat von lupo-de-mare
    Man kann nur Sagen: "wenn Idioten, Pyschopaten, Dummköpfe und Kriminelle" Politiker dort wurden, dann kann es ja auch Nichts werden.
    Leider gibt es solche Extreme sogar in weltoffenen Gesellschaften dieser Erde...die selbst nicht wissen was ihr Ziel eigentlich ist.
    siehe den VW Skandal in Deutschland, wo sich Politiker wie Hartz und Co. mit Sex Sklavinnen bedienen konnten und das wurde dann von der Steuer auch noch anerkannt.

    Die Welt ist eben falsch und verkehrt.

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