Kosovo lawmakers support legislation expanding security forces
19 October 2018
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Kosovo's lawmakers have given preliminary approval to legislation expanding the size and competencies of the country's security forces during a session that was boycotted by ethnic Serb representatives.
All parties in parliament, except deputies from the Serbian List that represents ethnic Serbs, on October 18 approved three draft laws to upgrade the mandate of the lightly armed Kosovo Security Force (KSF).
The draft laws will need to pass in a second reading before they are sent to President Hashim Thaci for his signing.
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