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Nations in Transit 2015: Kosovo

Krenar Gashi (UGent)
(2015) Nations in Transit. 2015. p.321-343
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Kosovo held parliamentary elections in 2014, but the elected representatives were unable to constitute a government for six months. Two political blocs, the Democratic Party of Kosovo (PDK) and a postelection coalition led by the Democratic League of Kosovo (LDK), locked themselves into a stalemate over who had the constitutional right to form a government. Rulings by the Constitutional Court did not break the deadlock, indicating the fragility of Kosovo’s young democracy. A new government was finally sworn in on 9 December, after the PDK had reached a coalition deal with the LDK.
Keywords
Kosovo, democracy, elections, democratization, civil society, rule of law, media, corruption

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Gashi, Krenar. “Nations in Transit 2015: Kosovo.” Nations in Transit 2015 : 321–343. Print.
APA
Gashi, K. (2015). Nations in Transit 2015: Kosovo. Nations in Transit. New York, USA: Freedom House.
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Gashi, Krenar. 2015. “Nations in Transit 2015: Kosovo.” Nations in Transit. New York, USA: Freedom House.
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Gashi, Krenar. 2015. “Nations in Transit 2015: Kosovo.” Nations in Transit. New York, USA: Freedom House.
Vancouver
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Gashi K. Nations in Transit 2015: Kosovo. Nations in Transit. New York, USA: Freedom House; 2015. p. 321–43.
IEEE
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K. Gashi, “Nations in Transit 2015: Kosovo,” Nations in Transit, vol. 2015. Freedom House, New York, USA, pp. 321–343, 2015.
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  abstract     = {Kosovo held parliamentary elections in 2014, but the elected representatives were unable to constitute a government for six months. Two political blocs, the Democratic Party of Kosovo (PDK) and a postelection coalition led by the Democratic League of Kosovo (LDK), locked themselves into a stalemate over who had the constitutional right to form a government. Rulings by the Constitutional Court did not break the deadlock, indicating the fragility of Kosovo’s young democracy. A new government was finally sworn in on 9 December, after the PDK had reached a coalition deal with the LDK.},
  author       = {Gashi, Krenar},
  keywords     = {Kosovo,democracy,elections,democratization,civil society,rule of law,media,corruption},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {321--343},
  publisher    = {Freedom House},
  series       = {Nations in Transit},
  title        = {Nations in Transit 2015: Kosovo},
  url          = {https://freedomhouse.org/sites/default/files/NIT2015_Kosovo.pdf},
  volume       = {2015},
  year         = {2015},
}