PRISTINA, Sept 27 Kosovo's President Fatmir
Sejdiu announced his resignation on Monday following a
constitutional court ruling last week that he cannot serve as
head of state and leader of his political party simultaneously.
Kosovo's president is elected by parliament and has a mainly
ceremonial role, but local analysts say the resignation could
destabilise the fragile political scene ahead of upcoming talks
between the former Serbian province and Belgrade.
Sejdiu, a 58-year-old former law professor, was elected
president for the second time in 2008 but remained at the helm
of the Democratic League of Kosovo (LDK), the second largest
party and junior coalition partner in Prime Minister Hashim
(Reporting by Fatos Bytyci; editing by Adam Tanner)