International pressure postpones the incentive to repeal the Special Tribunal

International pressure postpones the incentive to repeal the Special Tribunal
Parliament of Kosovo has postponed for another week the incentive of 43 MPs to repeal the law on Specialized Chambers or better known as Special Tribunal.

Parliament’s leading committee was unable to deliberate the request, due to the lack of quorum in the meeting.

Meanwhile, the US ambassador to Pristina, Greg Delawie has warned the country’s politicians that they may face consequences for backing the incentive to repeal the Special Tribunal saying that this is being done for personal interests, thus damaging the interests of the country.

The European Union has also called on leaders and MPs not to repeal the Special Tribunal.

Meanwhile, representatives of political parties continue to have different opinions on this issue.

The head of the Parliamentary Group of the Alliance for the Future of Kosovo, Ahmet Isufi said that AAK is against this tribunal, as according to him, it damages Kosovo.

Meanwhile, the head of the Parliamentary Group of the Democratic League of Kosovo, Avdullah Hoti said that the way institutions are functioning is a real tragedy for the country.

The head of the Parliamentary Group of Self Determination, Glauk Konjufca said that Self Determination continues to have its doubts on the incentive of several MPs to repeal the Special tribunal.

“We believe that this incentive is driven by personal motives. I don’t think it’s been an incentive which helps Kosovo, but these were the people who insisted on its creation in 2015 and now, they have changed their mind”, Konjufca said. /balkaneu.com/

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