Kosovo’s PM invites the opposition to dialogue

Kosovo’s PM invites the opposition to dialogue

Pristina, 3 December 2015/ Independent Balkan News Agency

By Elton Tota

The government of Kosovo believes that all conditions must be created and all political subjects must contribute, from the majority or opposition, to pass all the bills scheduled to be passed until the end of the year.

According to the government, it’s necessary to approve these bills, which have a very big importance for the economic development, European integration process, education, security, fight against corruption and the advancement of many other important processes for the future of the country.

Speaking on today’s government meeting, PM Isa Mustafa said that the government is ready to sit and talk with the opposition.

“I’d like to stress the government’s commitment to sit down with the opposition and discuss their concerns. Solutions must be found based on the law”, Mustafa said.

The PM said that it’s important to find a solution, in order not to have any more teargas let off in parliament.

“We call upon the opposition to offer its proposals and solutions in parliament. We’re committed to find a solution in order not to have any more teargas in parliament and those images that belong to the past”, Mustafa said. /ibna/