Constitutional amendments will soon be sent to parliament for voting, Kosovo’s PM says

Constitutional amendments will soon be sent to parliament for voting, Kosovo’s PM says

Pristina, 6 July 2015/Independent Balkan News Agency

By Elton Tota

Kosovo’s Prime Minister, Isa Mustafa declared that constitutional amendments for the setting up of the Special Tribunal will soon be sent to parliament for voting.

Asked if there were irregularities in the last session of voting, Mustafa said that this was impossible, because MPs voted according to their free will.

Mustafa called on MPs to vote the Special Tribunal.

“Our allies encourage us to shed light upon these allegations. Kosovo is able to build a state where there’s rule of law and besides the request to shed light upon the allegations, we must also shed light upon the political murders taken place after the war, in order for Kosovo to be relieved from this burden”, Mustafa declared.

Mustafa said that the government will try and collaborate with the opposition for the tribunal, as according to him, this is a matter for parliament and not only a matter of the majority of the opposition. /ibna/