Opposition is openly against constitutional changes

Opposition is openly against constitutional changes

Pristina, 23 June 2015/Independent Balkan News Agency

By Elton Tota

On Friday, Kosovo’s parliament will discuss the amendments for constitutional changes which give way to the creation of the Special Tribunal.

This was decided by the parliament’s steering committee in today’s meeting without the presence of the opposition, who left.

Opposition’s representatives said that they do not want to be part of discussions for constitutional changes that threaten the sovereignty of the state.

The head of the parliamentary group of Self Determination, Glauk Konjufca said that they will never agree to these changes, because nobody has the right to take an incentive which threatens the sovereignty of the state of Kosovo.

Meanwhile, the head of the parliamentary group of the Alliance for the Future of Kosovo, Donika Kadaj-Bujupi said that no opposition party in this country refuses justice.

The head of the parliamentary group of Incentive for Kosovo, Valdete Bajrami-Dushica confirmed that her party will not be present on Friday’s session.

Meanwhile, speaker of parliament, Kadri Veseli said that the Special Court will be created because this was demanded by Kosovo’s allies, United States of America and EU.

“The history of liberation and creation of the state of Kosovo is a history of partnership with the international community, therefore, we must preserve our partnership with the international community”, Veseli declared. /ibna/