Kosovo’s parliament votes for new governor

Central Bank of Kosovo
The Central Bank of the Republic of Kosovo
Shkumbin Saneja

Kosovo’s parliament voted to nominate a new central bank governor on July 14, after four months in which the job was held by an acting candidate.

Ahmet Ismaili, a former director-general of the state treasury, will now become governor of the Central Bank of the Republic of Kosovo if president Vjosa Osmani gives her approval. The governor serves a five-year term, which can be renewed once if parliament agrees to renominate them.

Only half of the members of the Assembly of the Republic of Kosovo

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