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Source: Die Linke “It is urgently high time that murders, persecution and torture that have been committed are finally dealt with and punished. The fact that Hashim Thaci has drawn the long overdue conclusion of his resignation from the war crimes complaint that was confirmed against him today is unreservedly to be welcomed, “comments Zaklin Nastic, spokeswoman for human rights policy for the DIE LINKE parliamentary group and deputy chairman of the German-Southeast European parliamentary group that became known today Resignation of the Kosovar President. Nastic continues: “Hundreds of Kosovar Albanians, Serbs, Roma and members of other ethnic groups as well as political opponents are among the victims of Thacis and other high-ranking, also accused, alleged victims. It must be assumed that the number of unreported victims is much higher. There is also torture, mutilation and other forms of violence. Wanting to prevent an impending domestic political crisis from being charged, as some in political Berlin are calling for, would be an offense against all those who have suffered the greatest suffering. It is right to end war criminals no longer pursue the former Yugoslavia on just one side of the line of conflict. This would be a small contribution to justice and reconciliation. Ultimately, however, those responsible for the illegal NATO war of aggression, in which uranium ammunition was also used, must be brought to the dock in The Hague. “


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