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Daily Trip Report - October 26, 2003

Prof. Perritt -
I met Dr. Bujar Bukoshi for an hour yesterday morning. He is the former Prime Minister of the Government in exile and the steward of the "3 percent fund." He had interesting and sophisticated views on how to accellerate economnic development, and how to overcome the growing alienation of young people from politics. He agreed to participate in the Symposium on Final Status.

In the afternoon, Alban and Fahri took me to Fahri's village, Lower Lupche in Pudojeve Municipality. We had a very interesting discussion with his father, who was thrown out of his job with the railroad, and with his older brother, who is a lawyer with TMK. We also discussed the impediments to independence for Kosovo and the genesis of forceful resistance to Serb opression -- especially by young Kosovars -- in the late nineties.

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