Election campaign starts in Kosovo

Written by on October 3, 2013 in Europe - No comments

The electoral campaign for the November 3 local government elections has kicked off in Kosovo. Several of the political players have started their campaign for votes since midnight.

The race for Pristina is expected to be very strong. Eight candidates are racing for the mayor of the capital.

According to all exit polls, the race will be very narrow between the current mayor Isa Mustafa and the candidate of Self Determination, Shpend Ahmeti. These two candidates have scheduled big rallies today in Pristina. LDK has invited its voters to gather near the new monument of the late president Ibrahim Rugova, while Self Determination has invited voters to gather at the National Library, where besides the candidate for mayor, Shpend Ahmeti, there will also be a speech by the leader of Self Determination, Albin Kurti.

In these elections, Democratic Party (PDK) in power is running with the minister of Security Forces of Kosovo, Agim Ceku.

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