From: Exit Staff
Kosovo Opposition Urges for Appointment of New Intelligence Chief

Parliamentary Committee overseeing the Kosovo Intelligence Agency (AKI) recommended the government to appoint its director as soon as possible.

Ganimete Musliu, the head of the committee and an opposition MP, stressed on Wednesday that the agency has been operating without its chief for more than 20 days, which is in violation of the law.

AKI’s former director Kreshnik Gashi was dismissed on December 17, following the joint decision of the then-Prime Minister Avdullah Hoti and Acting Resident Vjosa Osmani, as required by the Constitution.

Musliu added that the prolonged lack of a new appointment puts the national security in danger.