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Speaking late last year outside a Pristina art gallery that in a past life housed the city’s boxing club, Haveit member Lola Syla recalled the origin of the piece.“We were talking in a café about Valentine’s Day and how all the celebrations are all about straight people, while the LGBTQI community cannot even holds hands,” she said.
After all, the foundations for those laws were laid by seconded officials from the countries that had backed the breakaway nation in its war against Belgrade and subsequently administered the territory prior to its declaration of independence.
While not a gay bar, Dit e Nat is gay friendly, although it does not broadcast the fact.
Blerim said it is one of three places in Kosovo he feels completely at ease.
Despite leaving showbiz behind, Cakolli remains a popular man.
Having met for an interview at a café on Pristina’s main pedestrian thoroughfare, the conversation was continually interrupted by friends coming up to greet him – among them a former Olympic champion boxer.
However, there is a mantra among those that follow developments in Pristina, Kosovo’s capital: “Legislation is one thing, implementation is another.” Freedom from discrimination on the grounds of sexual orientation has been enshrined in the constitution since June 2008.