Acta Universitatis Danubius. Juridica, Vol 15, No 3 (2019)

Legal Gaps in the Constitution of the Republic of Kosovo in Chapter on the President of the Republic

Sadik Haxhiu, Arbresha Meha

Abstract


Legal uncertainties and gaps in the legislation of Kosovo are expressed in constitutions, laws and other legal acts. Usually, these shortcomings are few in constitutions as the highest political legal act of a state. However, these defects are noted in the Constitution of the Republic of Kosovo. They can be explicitly distinguished in the chapter on the President of the Republic of Kosovo. These gaps are particularly evident in the case of resignation or death of the President. The articles in the Constitution does not foresees who should exercise the function of the president when the president resigns or dies. Even more unclear situations we have when the president dies or resigns, at the time when the Kosovo Assembly is dissolved. These two situations occurred in Kosovo in 2006 and 2010.


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