Vjosa Osmani

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Vjosa Osmani
Vjosa Osmani1.jpg
Official portrait, 2021
5th President of Kosovo
Assumed office
4 April 2021
Prime MinisterAlbin Kurti
Preceded byGlauk Konjufca (Acting)
In office
5 November 2020 – 22 March 2021
Acting
Prime MinisterAvdullah Hoti
Preceded byHashim Thaçi
Succeeded byGlauk Konjufca (Acting)
6th Speaker of the Assembly of Kosovo
In office
3 February 2020 – 22 March 2021
PresidentHashim Thaçi
Preceded byGlauk Konjufca
Succeeded byGlauk Konjufca
Personal details
Born
Vjosa Osmani

(1982-05-17) 17 May 1982 (age 40)[1]
Titova Mitrovica, Yugoslavia
(now Mitrovica, Kosovo)[a]
Political partyIndependent (2021–present)
Other political
affiliations
Spouse(s)
Prindon Sadriu
(m. 2012)
[3]
Children2
EducationUniversity of Pristina
University of Pittsburgh (LLM, SJD)[4]
ProfessionPolitician and legal academic
Signature

Vjosa Osmani-Sadriu (born 17 May 1982) is a Kosovar Albanian jurist and politician serving as the 5th and current President of Kosovo since 4 April 2021.[5][6]

Born in former Yugoslavia and raised in the city then known as Titova Mitrovica, today the city of Mitrovica, Osmani became a political activist and studied law at the University of Pristina and the University of Pittsburgh School of Law. She worked as an advisor to the then president of Kosovo Fatmir Sejdiu before she was elected to the Assembly. Osmani held the position of Speaker of the Assembly from February 2020 to March 2021, and also served as acting president between November 2020 and March 2021 after the resignation of President Hashim Thaçi. Upon her election as president, Osmani became the second woman to hold the position, as well as the first person to have served as both acting president and president of Kosovo.

Osmani successfully ran on an anti-corruption platform and has expressed a desire to normalize relations between Kosovo and Serbia.

Early life and education[edit]

Vjosa Osmani was born on 17 May 1982 in Mitrovica, then a part of Yugoslavia to ethnic Albanian parents.[1][7] She grew up with four siblings, and completed her primary and secondary education in her hometown.[7][1] Osmani was a teenager during the Kosovo War, and she once stated that she "can still feel" the barrel of an AK-47 rifle that a soldier forced into her mouth after her home in Mitrovica had been raided.[7]

Osmani earned her bachelor's degree in law from the University of Prishtina in Kosovo.[8][9] She continued with graduate studies at the University of Pittsburgh School of Law (Pitt Law), earning a master's degree in law in 2005 and a doctorate in juridical science in 2015.[10][4][11] Her doctoral dissertation addressed the applicability of the UN Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods (CISG) in Kosovo as Kosovo's legal status has evolved since 1988, when the CISG first entered into force.[11]

Career[edit]

Osmani with U.S. presidents Barack Obama and Joe Biden (then-vice president), both in 2009

Academia[edit]

Osmani has been a teaching assistant at the University of Pristina,[9][12] a lecturer at RIT Kosovo,[9][1] and a visiting professor at the University of Pittsburgh.[9][10]

Politics[edit]

Meeting with former prime minister Isa Mustafa and U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) Administrator Mark Green in 2019

Osmani's political career began in her teens, as an activist for the centre-right Democratic League of Kosovo (LDK).[1] On 27 August 2009, she was elected chief of staff for then president Fatmir Sejdiu.[1] Osmani had also served as legal counsel and foreign policy advisor to the president.[10] She was a member of the Assembly of Kosovo for three terms, and once received the largest number of votes for a female politician in Kosovan parliamentary history.[10][1]

Osmani contributed to the independence of Kosovo, as the president's representative for the Constitution Commission, the body that prepared the Kosovan constitution. She represented Kosovo in a case at the International Court of Justice, where she defended the legality of Kosovo's independence.[13]

As part of her parliamentary duties, Osmani served as the chair of the Committee on Foreign Affairs, Diaspora and Strategic Investments and the Committee on European Integration. She also served as the vice-chair of the Committee on Constitutional Reforms in Kosovo.[10]

In 2014, Osmani clashed with LDK leadership, including party leader Isa Mustafa, when she criticized the LDK for forming a coalition government with its long-time rival party, the Democratic Party of Kosovo (PDK), breaking a previously made pledge.[14][15] Osmani also boycotted the presidential election in 2016, in which PDK leader Hashim Thaçi was elected president as part of the coalition agreement.[14][16]

2019 election[edit]

Osmani was viewed as a possible prime minister of Kosovo by the LDK in the 2019 snap parliamentary election.[13][17] While campaigning for the election, she said the Kosovan people were ready for a female prime minister, and that she could fight corruption and make free market reforms for Kosovo.[18][19] She lost the election to Albin Kurti, leader of the left-wing anti-establishment party Vetëvendosje, and had received 176,016 votes.[20]

On 20 June 2020, Osmani was removed from her position as her party's deputy leader, after LDK leader Mustafa called for her dismissal due to her public opposition of decisions made by the party.[15][21] Prime Minister Avdullah Hoti replaced her as LDK deputy leader.[15] Osmani later quit the LDK altogether on 7 September 2020, stating that the party had left her no choice, but adding that she would return if the party were reformed.[22][23]

Acting presidency[edit]

In 2020, Osmani was appointed acting president of Kosovo after President Thaçi resigned following an indictment by the Kosovo Specialist Chambers and Specialist Prosecutor's Office in The Hague.[24]

In preparation for the 2021 Kosovan parliamentary election, Osmani announced the founding of her own political party, Guxo, on 2 January 2021.[25] She also aligned with Kurti's Vetëvendosje party. Running on an anti-corruption platform, both parties scored landslide victories, and Osmani personally received more than 300,000 votes.[24] The election also gave women a third of the 120-seat parliament and an unprecedented six positions out of fifteen in the cabinet.[24]

In contrast, the LDK, Osmani's former party, did very poorly in the elections, as predicted by LDK members who had publicly criticized the earlier ouster of Osmani in 2020.[26][15][27] The LDK lost roughly half of its seats in parliament, and party leader Mustafa resigned on 14 March.[28][29][30][31]

Presidency[edit]

Osmani with US Secretary of State Antony Blinken (center) and Kosovo Prime Minister Albin Kurti (right) in 2022

On 4 April 2021, the assembly elected Osmani as Kosovo's president during its third round of voting.[32][8] Although the vote was unattended by two opposition parties as well as a party representing the ethnic Serb minority in Kosovo, 82 members of the 120-seat parliament cast their votes during the second day of the extraordinary session.[33][24][b] She won 71 of the votes, while 11 votes were declared invalid, and was subsequently sworn in for a five-year term later that day, becoming Kosovo's second female president.[33][8] Osmani said that she hoped to normalize relations between Kosovo and Serbia, while also calling for Belgrade to apologize for the war that led to Kosovo's declaration of independence and to prosecute those who had committed war crimes.[32][33]

Before taking the oath of office, Osmani resigned from the leadership of Guxo.[36][37][c] Newly appointed Minister of Foreign Affairs Donika Gërvalla replaced her as Guxo's head.[39]

Official visits[edit]

No. Country Date Cities visited Type of visit Rf.
1  Albania 17 December 2020 Tirana Official visit[d] [40]
2  Belgium 12–13 January 2021 Brussels Official visit[d] [41][42]
3   Switzerland 2–5 March 2021 Bern Official visit[d] [43]
4  Slovenia 17 May 2021 Kranj Brdo-Brijuni Process [44]
5  Estonia 10–11 June 2021 Tallinn Official visit [45][46]
6  Turkey 17–18 June 2021 Antalya SEECP Summit [47]
7  Austria 22 June 2021 Vienna Official visit [48]
8  Japan 23 July 2021 Tokyo 2020 Summer Olympics opening ceremony [49]
9   Switzerland 1 September 2021 Interlaken Swiss Economic Forum [50]
10  Germany 14 September 2021 Berlin Official visit [51]
11  United States 19–25 September 2021 New York City Working visit [52]
12 15–16 October 2021 United Nations Security Council Meeting [53]
13  Portugal 28–29 October 2021 Lisbon Official visit [54]
14  Canada 19–24 November 2021 Ottawa and Halifax [55]
15  Germany 18 February 2022 Munich Munich Security Conference [56]
16  Turkey 26 February–1 March 2022 Ankara and Istanbul Official visit [57]
17  Malta 2–3 March 2022 Valletta [58]
18  Turkey 11–13 March 2022 Antalya Antalya Diplomacy Forum [59]
19  Qatar 25–29 March 2022 Doha Official visit [60]
20  United States 26–30 April 2022 Washington, D.C. Funeral ceremony of Madeleine Albright [61]
21  Panama 4–6 May 2022 Panama City Official visit [62]
22  Costa Rica 7–9 May 2022 San José Inauguration of President Rodrigo Chaves Robles [62]
23  United States 10–11 May 2022 Washington, D.C. Munich Leaders Meetings [63]
24  Lithuania 12–13 May 2022 Vilnius Official visit [64]
25  Greece 10–11 June 2022 Athens SEECP Summit [65]
26  North Macedonia 16–17 June 2022 Skopje and Lake Prespa Official visit and Prespa Forum Dialogue [66]
27  European Union 23 June 2022 Brussels EU-Western Balkans Summit
28  Thailand 24–26 June 2022 Bangkok Official visit [67]
29  Singapore 27–28 June 2022 Singapore Official visit [68]
30  Slovenia 4–5 July 2022 Ljubljana Official visit [69]
31  Albania 24 July 2022 Tirana Inauguration of President Bajram Begaj [70]
32  United States 25–27 July 2022 Washington, D.C. Working visit [71]

Awards[edit]

During Osmani's master's studies at the University of Pittsburgh, the university presented her with the Excellence for the Future Award twice.[1] In 2017, the University of Pittsburgh Center for International Studies awarded her the Sheth International Young Alumni Achievement Award for her contribution to democracy and human rights.[10][13]

On 28 February 2022, Osmani was awarded a Honoris Causa from Ankara University.[72]

Personal life[edit]

In 2012, Osmani married Prindon Sadriu, an employee of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.[3] They have twin daughters.[24] Osmani speaks Albanian, English, Serbian, Spanish, and Turkish.[1]

Bibliography[edit]

  • Monograph: "Street Children in Kosovo"; Finnish Human Rights Program in Kosovo in Three Languages (English, Albanian, Serbian), 2004
  • Arbitration - A Guide for Judges and Practitioners; USAID, 2008
  • Bar Exam Manual - Section on Commercial Law; co-author; UNDP and Kosovo Chamber of Advocates, 2008
  • Business Law - Authorized Lectures; Riinvest University, Kosovo, 2008
  • The Big Impact of a Small Program on the Development of Rule of Law in Kosovo (in "The Export of Legal Education: Promoting and Impacting Transition Countries); Ashgate, 2009
  • Representing Kosovo before the International Court of Justice; Center for International Legal Education (CILE Notes), September 2010, University of Pittsburgh School of Law
  • Balkans - Foreign Affairs, Politics and Socio-Cultures (co-author of section of Kosovo's Foreign Policy); EPOKA University Publications, Tirana, October 2011; ISBN 978-9928-4044-4-2
  • Kosovo's foreign policy: Five Years On (in "Political Thought: Foreign Policy and Aspects of International Diplomacy", co-author; 2011, No 43, September 2013; Konrad Adenauer Stiftung)
  • The Role of Parliamentary Diplomacy in Shaping the Foreign Policy of the Republic of Kosovo; University of Pittsburgh, Law Review, except publication: FALL, 2014

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ The political status of Kosovo is disputed. Having unilaterally declared independence from Serbia in 2008, Kosovo is formally recognised as an independent state by 97 UN member states (with another 15 states recognising it at some point but then withdrawing their recognition) and 96 states not recognizing it, while Serbia continues to claim it as part of its own sovereign territory.
  2. ^ Boycotting the vote were opposition parties PDK and Alliance for the Future of Kosovo (AAK), as well as Serb minority party Serb List.[34] It was also reported that one or two members of the aforementioned parties may not have adhered to the boycott.[35]
  3. ^ The Constitution of Kosovo precludes the president from acting as an official of any political party.[38]
  4. ^ a b c As acting president

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Preceded by Speaker of the Assembly of Kosovo
2020–2021
Succeeded by
Avni Dehari
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Preceded by President of Kosovo
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