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Written by SOT.COM.AL 26 Maj 2023
Kosovo police used tear gas and stun grenades to disperse citizens gathered in front of the municipality in Zveçan, a municipality with a Serbian majority in the northern part of the country.
Journalist Kosovë Gjoci has informed that during the clash between the protesters and the police there were gunshots.
The protest is taking place against the newly elected mayors in the northern municipalities: Zveçan, Leposaviq and Zubin Potok.
The leaders of these Serb-majority municipalities were sworn in a day earlier in public buildings, such as schools, for security reasons.
Although they said that, soon, they would start work in the municipalities, it was not clear when such a step would be taken.
Alarm sirens were first heard in the four municipalities with a Serbian majority in the north, while citizens also gathered in front of the municipalities of Zubin Potok, Zveçan and Leposavic.
Local elections in the north of Kosovo were held on April 23, after the resignation of the mayors of the Serbian List, the largest party of the Kosovo Serbs. This party opposed the decision of the Government of Kosovo to carry out the process of re-registration of cars with illegal Serbian license plates.
The elections were boycotted by the majority Serb population in that area, which now does not accept the results, namely the new mayors.