Saturday, August 06, 2005

18 minority members join KPC

Dailies report that 18 minority members have joined Kosovo Protection Corps: 5 Serbs, 5 Bosniaks, 2 Roma, 2 Ashkalis and 2 Turks.

‘We altogether will build the state, society and at the same time the KPC. We were together in the past, we are and we will be in building a multi-cultural society’, Sylejman Selimi, KPC’s deputy commander said during the inauguration ceremony.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Bravo!

Anonymous said...

Why don't the Serb bloggers now complain about this?? Pff we're trying our best, and its better than most have ever achieved... :) this is great news...

Anonymous said...

What's a better way to further your rights than have your own people in the security agencies? Serbs have been ignoring this right for so long that some time it makes me think what their ulterior motive is.

Ibro said...

Is this proportionate representation of Serbs in KPC? If this is any criterion: than Kosovans had more than their fair share of % in ex-JNA and yes even a president of Yugoslavia. So 5 Serbs in KPC means nothing.

Anonymous said...

To "ibro":

You stupid moron, these are another 18 minority members, they are not the first nor the only minority members that have join the Kosova Protections Corps.

Grow up, you moron stupid gremlin!

Anonymous said...

Serbs are in a big dilemma, do they listen to Covic and ignore all the institution, or do they join them and in case of independence they at least are part of those institutions. Not doing so, they risk losing all.

Playing until the last card is kinda risky, especially when there isn't much hope and SRSG is ignoring the dude all your hopes rely on.