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PACE to vote on Kosovo organ trade resolution

PACE to vote on Kosovo organ trade resolution

25 January 2011 | 09:50 | Source: B92
STRASBOURG -- The Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE) will today in Strasbourg vote on a resolution based on the Marty report.
CoE investigator Dick Marty published his report into allegations about disappearances of Serb and other civilians in Kosovo and trade in their organs in Kosovo, and northern Albania.

The so-called Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA), i.e., it's Drenica Group, led by now Kosovo Albanian PM Hashim Thaci was named in the report.

The Serbian delegation will work to have all amendments submitted by opponents of the resolution rejected, said delegation chief Dragoljub Mićunović. The amendments will seek to "diminish the importance" of the document, according to him.

The debate will last until 16:00 CET on Tuesday, when the assembly will vote on the draft.

On the other hand, Albanians from Albania and Macedonia, and from Kosovo, called on Monday for a mobilization and creation of a joint front against Dick Marty, rejecting all the accusations from his report.

Serbian President Boris Tadić will address the assembly on Wednesday.

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