If the Hague tribunal indicts the former
KLA commander, violence may erupt in his western Kosovo heartland.
By Zana Limani and Muhamet Hajrullahu
in Decani, and Jeta Xharra in London (BCR No 533, 15-Dec-04)
The situation in western Kosovo is increasingly
fragile two weeks ahead of the December 31 deadline for the Hague tribunal
to issue the final war crimes indictments in the former Yugoslavia.
Many people interviewed by IWPR in the
Decani region, home to Ramush Haradinaj, the new prime minister of Kosovo,
are predicting major unrest if he is indicted in the final three weeks.