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March for justice in Pristina, in support of the former leaders of the KLA
Written by SOT.COM.AL 2 Prill 2023
Today at 14:00 a march for justice will be held, organized by the "Freedom has a name" initiative.
The announcement states that as part of the March for Justice, speeches by various participants have also been organized.
"Tomorrow, from 14:00, we will all gather in "Zahir Pajaziti" square in Pristina, to march towards "Skënderbeu" square. As part of the March for Justice, speeches by various participants were also organized. The building has been placed at "Skënderbeu" square, where the speeches will be held," the press release states.
The party in power has also come out in support of this march, but in their announcement they have only mentioned their co-party, Rexhep Selim, who is being held in The Hague, without including Selim's former comrades-in-arms, former president Hashim Thaçi, Jakup Krasniqi. and Kadri Veselin.
"Rexhep Selim, the former head of our parliamentary group, the member of the Presidency, who together with the Movement was against the establishment of this court, his important commitment and good contribution to the country has been cut in half. But it is certain that Rexha, as he has done each job successfully, will emerge victorious in the next battle as well," said the VV announcement.
This march was also supported by the mayor of Pristina, Përparim Rama, former Prime Minister Isa Mustafa, the Islamic Community of Kosovo, the former Head of the OSCE Verification Mission in Kosovo, William Walker.