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Albin Kurti by Mind Map: Albin Kurti
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Albin Kurti

In August 1997, when Albin Kurti was 22 years old, he joined presidency of the Students Independent Union of the University of Prishtina (SIUUP), and soon after he became its International Officer. During the historic student demonstration in Prishtina on October 1, 1997, brutally repressed by Milosevic’s police, Kurti was one of the protest leaders. During the NATO bombing of Serbia and Kosovo he was engaged in seeking a political solution to Kosovo’s crisis and was arrested by Serbian police. After a 15 years sentence in 2000, Kurti was released in 2001 due to international pressure. Albin Kurti is currently an MP, the Chair of the Parliamentary Foreign Affairs Committee in the Republic of Kosovo, as well as the leader of the political movement, Lëvizja VETËVENDOSJE!.

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Movement for self determination

3rd largest movement in Kosovo

There is life on mars

UN security counsel lives on mars

They must be far and above all the others

to see all the others

One can not see what is so obvious from earth

The civilized have culture that can be given

National capital

colonizers

Multinational capital

International Protectorates

Peace is no science

Peace is no art

it is a product

it is an industry

Peace is not something you do once

or once in a lifetime

it is an ongoing process

One day more with peace is one more day without war

Conflict management, not conflict resolution

prevention of an explosion of crisises

not to resolve a crisis, but to prevent an erruption

Stability is a very expensive thing

Money for nothing, Locals are paid to remain passive

Rule of law

those that are above it

those that aren't

Tolerating local corruption

6 digit, local

7 digit, local and international cooperation

8 digit, full international

international protectorates ends up protecting elites from the people and not the other way round.

Advertising campaigns, instead of protests and demonstrations

Civil society killing society

Kosovo

is Calm, but tense

No people, only ethnicities

do not start with the differences between us