Parliament Assembly of Kosovo
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|Assembly of Kosovo
Kuvendi i Kosovës
|6th Kosovan Assembly|
Mufera Srbica - Şinik
Government Coalition (61)
Supported by (20)
|Open list Party-list proportional representation|
|17 November 2001|
|11 June 2017|
|Assembly Building, Pristina, Kosovo|
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politics and government of
|Constitution and law|
The Assembly of Kosovo (Albanian: Kuvendi i Kosovës; Serbian: Скупштина Косова/Skupština Kosova) was originally established by the United Nations Interim Administration Mission in Kosovo in 2001 to provide 'provisional, democratic self-government'.
- 10 seats for the representatives of the Serbs.
- 4 seats for the representatives of the Romani, Ashkali and Egyptians.
- 3 seats for the Bosniaks.
- 2 seats for the Turks.
- 1 seat for the Gorans.
The Kosovo Assembly has 19 committees:
- Budget Committee
- Committee for Finance and Economy
- Committee for Education, Science and Technology
- Committee for Health
- Committee for Labour and Social Welfare
- Committee for Public Services
- Committee on Foreign Affairs
- Committee on Judicial, Legislative and Constitutional Framework Matters
- Committee on Missing Persons – it is a relatively unique committee that deals with the issue of large number of missing persons and prisoners of war as a result of the Kosovo War.
- Committee on Media
- Committee on the Rights and Interests of Communities
- Committee for Trade and Industry
- Committee for Culture, Youth and Sports
- Committee for Environment and Spatial Planning
- Committee for Transport and Communications
- Committee for Agriculture, Forestry and Rural Development
- Committee on Emergency Preparedness
- Committee on Public Petitions and Claims
- Committee on Gender Equality
41 / 120
|Economic Liberalism, Private property, Free Market|
32 / 120
|Social Democracy, Albanian nationalism, Civic Nationalism,
Direct democracy, Egalitarianism, Kosovo–Albania unionism
26 / 120
|Social conservatism, Economic Liberalism|
25 / 120
|Serbian nationalism, Minority politics|
11 / 120
|Source: KQZ, KQZ, KQZ|
Notes and references
|a.||^ Kosovo is the subject of a territorial dispute between the Republic of Kosovo and the Republic of Serbia. The Republic of Kosovo unilaterally declared independence on 17 February 2008, but Serbia continues to claim it as part of its own sovereign territory. The two governments began to normalise relations in 2013, as part of the Brussels Agreement. Kosovo has received formal recognition as an independent state from 111 out of 193 United Nations member states.|
- "Constitutional Framework for Provisional Self-Government"
- "Archived copy" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on 2010-07-23. Retrieved 2012-08-19.