Pieter Feith says new Kosovo government should aim high standards

International Civilian Office (ICO) head Pieter Feith is urging that the newly forming government observe high ethical standards. Feith said last Sunday that the government should exclude anyone who is indicted or under investigation. These comments follow suggestions from the US Embassy and the European Commission to establish a government of “clean hands”.

“What citizens want are people that are not accused, not under investigations, that have the skills and technical competence to deal with issues concerning Kosovo, and that have the faith of the citizens in and outside Kosovo,” Feith said.

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