The STUDIA UNIVERSITATIS BABE┼×-BOLYAI issue article summary

The summary of the selected article appears at the bottom of the page. In order to get back to the contents of the issue this article belongs to you have to access the link from the title. In order to see all the articles of the archive which have as author/co-author one of the authors mentioned below, you have to access the link from the author's name.

 
       
         
    STUDIA POLITICA - Issue no. 1 / 2008  
         
  Article:   CERTAIN SUCCESES AND FAILURES OF THE UN MISSION IN KOSOVO IN MANAGING THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM.

Authors:  AZEM HAJDARI.
 
       
         
  Abstract:   The UN Mission in Kosovo (UNMIK) is established in accordance with the UN Security Council Resolution No.1244, which brought to an end Serb aggression in Kosovo and stopped the genocide exercised by the Serb authorities who had aimed to ethnically cleanse Kosovo. UNMIK was set up in Kosovo on the second half of 1999 and continues to exercise its entrusted mandate even as this article is being written. Its responsibilities are broadly stretched in many fields and are prescribed in 21 paragraphs (points), tens of subparagraphs (bullets) and two Annexes of the said Resolution. Currently, the responsibilities of UNMIK have been reduced to a large extent. Notwithstanding this, one of its reserved powers continues to be the management of the criminal justice system, which is the topic of this review.

Keywords: criminal justice system, legislation, Kosovo, police force
 
         
     
         
         
      Back to previous page