Consensus is demanded over the voting of the Special Tribunal

Consensus is demanded over the voting of the Special Tribunal

Pristina, 22 May 2015/Independent Balkan News Agency

By Elton Tota

The extraordinary parliamentary session for the voting of the creation of the Special Tribunal, which was expected to be held today, has been postponed for next week.

The speaker of the parliament of Kosovo, Kadri Veseli, called on all political parties to find compromise in order to vote next week the creation of the Special Tribunal.

Speaker of parliament has issued details today on the two sessions in parliament.

“On 28 May, there will be a normal session which will discuss 10 bills that relate to the liberalization of the visa regime, while on 29 May there will be a session where the Special Tribunal will be voted”, he declared.

“It’s important for political parties to find consensus over the formation of this court”, Veseli said.

Veseli said that Dick Marty’s allegations for traffic of organs during the war in Kosovo, are an obstacle for the country in every domain.

“Dick Marty’s claims are becoming an obstacle for the development of the country, therefore they must be investigated as soon as possible”, Veseli said. /ibna/