Life in Kosovo interviews EULEX chief Xavier de Marnhac

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On Thursday, “Life in Kosovo” features an interview with the EULEX chief Xavier de Marnhac.

The show also features an interview with the director of troubled Kosovo Art Gallery and a report on the main problems in Main Family Medical Center in Podujeva.

Jeta Xharra talks to de Marnhac about the efficiency of EULEX in the north of Kosovo and the EULEX investigations intotop Kosovo officials.


Is EULEX a peacekeeping mission, a political one or mission of the rule of law?

Why can’t EULEX complete the corruption investigations into Fatmir Limaj and

Hashim Rexhepi? Why EULEX is failing to establish the rule of law in the north

of Kosovo? Why has EULEX trained 550 police officers in crowd and riot control,

while there are only 60 judges and prosecutors in total?


What are the reasons for the departure of president of Special Prosecution and

the chief prosecutor of EULEX? How did the conflict between these two affect the

stagnation of corruption investigations in Kosovo?

Afterwards, journalist Muhamet Hajrullahu interviews Fahredin Spahija, the director

of Kosovo Art Gallery, about ongoing problems at the institution and a call from

gallery workers to fire him.


At the end of the show, journalist Edona Musa explains why eight directors at the

Main Family Medical Center in Podujeva were fired.


Life in Kosovo is a co-production between Kosovo Public Television, RTK and the Balkan

Investigative Reporting Network, BIRN. It is broadcast every Thursday, starting at 21:00.