This chapter focuses on inter-ethnic relations in Kosovo by analyzing the process of adoption of two relevant minority-laws in Kosovo: the Law on the Historic Center of Prizren and the Law on the Village of Velika Hoča/Hoçë e Madhe. Using critical frame analysis, the chapter examines what went on during the legislative process, what representations were made of the issues on the agenda, beneficiaries of the law and other actors involved in the process. The findings show that even legislation that favors the minority can serve as a mechanism of exclusion. While the legislative framework in Kosovo guarantees full protection of minority rights, political institutions in Kosovo encourage ethnic cleaving and inter-ethnic tensions.