Monday, January 30, 2006

Breaking News: Fatmir Sejdiu Will Be Elected As The New President of Kosova

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Professor Sejdiu was named new President of Kosovo.
The largest party in Kosovo, LDK, has decided that Fatmir Sejdiu who is the current General Secretary of the part and the head of its parliamentary caucus, will replace Ibrahim Rugova as the President of Kosovo. Kosovo news agency QIK, who was close to the late president, reports that there was a complete consensus in the meeting held today by the LDK.

Fatmir Sejdiu is considered to be a moderate within the party and an acceptable figure from the opposition. He is a realist and a lot less idealistic than the late President, which signifies a change in direction the largest party in Kosovo, will take. Major reforms within the party will be expected if Sejdiu gets the position.

Sejdiu is a doctor of History and a professor at the Law Faculty at the University of Prishtina. He comes from the Northeast city of Podujeva(Besjana).

Source: One World South East Europe

Anonymous said...

Once again we dissapoint Serbia's darkest wishes. Belgrade will now start its 15 days of mourning.

fauna said...

"a realist and a lot less idealistic"

thank god!

armera said...

I know him personally, and I can't claim to know other contenders considered within the LDK circle, however I can tell you one thing. This is the best choice.
He is moderate, extremely smart and really understands western politics. He is also very well respected by others, including oposition.

So one more time, Kosovars have shown the world that they deserve to take their place in the european family of free democratic and independent countries. A place where they alway belonged as far as I am concerened.

To peace and prosperity of the region.

illyrianboy said...

Hey Heku,

I think you are not very familiar with the spread of Christianity among
Illyrians. Illyria was occupied by Rome Before Christ. And by the time
Constantine converted, there were established churches all over
Illyria.
Apostle Paul himself was one of the missionaries of Chrisitanity in
Illyria.
So Christianity among Albanians is apostolic. The idea that it was
imposed by
Romans is a misconception.

Kristian

Fatmir Sejdiu is not a bad optioni. He was my professor in Prishtina
Uni. He
tries to speak English (I dont know if he has improved a lot or no). He
is
pretty open minded. But he is still one of the "older generation" guys
who
have communist era work ethics. I think it was the best LDK could offer
in
this situation.

It is good that it is being decided fast!

Tung njerez e suksese

Illyrianboy

illyrianboy said...

Hey Heku,

I think you are not very familiar with the spread of Christianity among
Illyrians. Illyria was occupied by Rome Before Christ. And by the time
Constantine converted, there were established churches all over
Illyria.
Apostle Paul himself was one of the missionaries of Chrisitanity in
Illyria.
So Christianity among Albanians is apostolic. The idea that it was
imposed by
Romans is a misconception.

Kristian

Fatmir Sejdiu is not a bad optioni. He was my professor in Prishtina
Uni. He
tries to speak English (I dont know if he has improved a lot or no). He
is
pretty open minded. But he is still one of the "older generation" guys
who
have communist era work ethics. I think it was the best LDK could offer
in
this situation.

It is good that it is being decided fast!

Tung njerez e suksese

Illyrianboy

Anonymous said...

Only thing that i can say is that the new president is good choice. We really have to start building real democracy in kosovo, otherwise everything will be bad for economy and future

Anonymous said...

i think sejdiu isn't a good president...he maybe smart and everything but no he does not have what it take to be a president..i think kosovo is the way it is because of him..