For the first time, a Turkish member was elected to the Judicial Council of Kosovo. As part of the work of the Assembly’s General Assembly, a member of the “Kosovo Judicial Council” belonging to non-majority communities was also elected.
Ahmet Emami, who was elected to the Judicial Council of Kosovo, received a total of 79 votes, including those of 7 MPs from the community.
In a statement on the matter, KDTP deputy Fidan Brenna Jelta said: “As a result of our efforts nearly two years ago, a Turkish member of the Kosovo Judicial Council was elected for the first time in Kosovo. We would like to thank all our parliamentary friends for their support.” He made his remarks.
On the other hand, lawyer Ahmet Emami, who was elected to the Judicial Council of Kosovo, shared on social media, “Today, I was elected as a member of the Judicial Council of Kosovo by the Assembly of the Republic of Kosovo with a majority of votes! As a member of the Judicial Council of Kosovo, whose term of office lasts until 2028. With God’s permission, I will try to fulfill my duty as best I can, respecting the constitution and laws.
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