Pristina Airport sees pre-election flight rush

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Pristina Airport will handle an increased number of passenger flights despite the coronavirus pandemic due a number of special services operating ahead of this weekend’s Kosovo parliamentary elections. Today will see the arrival of sixteen flights, the majority of which originate from Switzerland. This will be followed by 29 flights on Saturday. Of those, sixteen are from Switzerland, twelve from Germany and one from Turkey. Elections take place on Sunday.

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  1. Anonymous10:41

    So sad to see people flying in the pandemic to cast their votes. We live in the 21st century and digitalisation is key. I mean we do so much online, but risk the spread of the virus to cast a vote?

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    1. Anonymous14:05

      @Anon13:59. That is not true. Embassies of Kosovo, simply, don't provide voting service.

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  2. Anonymous11:05

    What the ... Give them an opportunity to vote in their embassies and consulates.

    party shuttles SMFH

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  3. Anonymous11:16

    Good for PRN!

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  4. Anonymous11:41

    When the establishment tries to suppress every opportunity to vote from abroad, you have to find ways to raise your voice. Anyways, good for PRN.

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    1. Anonymous11:51

      +1 I love how the experts here think they know everything.

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    2. Anonymous14:00

      @Anon11:41. You hit the nail. Diaspora is voting for opposition to change the voting system in diaspora, among other changes.

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    3. Anonymous18:00

      But why should diaspora decide how the people on Kosovo should live? Like are they gonna move back and bear the fruits of their votes or will they go back to their newfound homelands?

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  5. Anonymous14:00

    I can just say for CH that 95% is flying because the school holidays started today

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