Former EULEX judge wants to report at the Kosovo Parliament on alleged wrongdoings of the EU Mission
chief of EULEX judges, Malcolm Simmons has addressed a letter to the Parliament
of Kosovo asking to report on alleged wrongdoing during the time he served as
the President of the judges of the EU Rule of Law Mission in
Kosovo. Simmons in his letter claims that during his tenure as President
of EULEX Judges he became aware of serious misconduct, including the commission
of criminal offences, by those responsible for the administration of evidence.
Gazeta Express got hold of Simmons’s letter addressed to the Parliament Committee on Legislation expressing his readiness to provide a statement to Parliament, including oral testimony, on alleged wrongdoings he witnessed while serving in EULEX.
This letter was handed over to the Parliament in July but was not forwarded to the Committee on legislation by the Administration of the Parliament. This was confirmed during Committee’s meeting on Wednesday when opposition MPs accused chairman of the Committee, Shkemb Manaj, of keeping the letter secret.