IBNA Special Report
Pristina, October 17, 2014/Independent Balkan News Agency
By Elton Tota
The role of the president of Kosovo, Atifete Jahjaga in facilitating an agreement between political leaders, by inviting them in separate meetings, has resulted in concrete steps, according to analysts.
According to them, communication has been established between the president and political leadership, something which may lead to an agreement in order to come out of the current crisis.
Commenting the latest political developments in the country, including the meetings of the political leaders with the president, analyst Behxhet Shala has declared that the solution of this situation is now on the right tracks.
He said that Kosovo will have a solution within 15 days.
“They will come to an accord and with this accord, nobody will benefit what was required and everyone, in a way, will be a loser, but winner too”, said Shala.
Among others, Shala said that political leaders must adapt to the rules of the game based on the Constitution, because there’s no other way out. They can either find a solution, or go to early elections, or they can have an imposed solution, says Shala.
Fisnik Korenica from the Group for Legal and Political Studies, says that the recent meetings of political leaders with president Jahjaga, must be seen as an important step toward finding a solution in order to come out of the crisis that parliament and the government are currently in.
“To me, such declarations seem like some sort of communication which has been established between the president and the political leadership, something which may lead to consensus in order to solve the crisis”, declared Korenica.
Among others, Korenica declared that he cannot speculate as to the relation of the leaders with the requests of the president, but nevertheless, there exists some sort of communication between the leaders and the president.
After having meetings with leaders of political parties, the president of Kosovo, Atifete Jahjaga said that the quick solution of the institutional crisis would enable Kosovo to meet all of its obligations toward the citizens of the country, but also toward international community and it would also accelerate its European path.
She added that “political leaders and MPs must find a solution based on the constitutional framework and the rulings of the Constitutional Court, based on the principles and values that the state of Kosovo was built on”. /ibna/