LDK-AAK: Kosovo is still far from being part of the European family

LDK-AAK: Kosovo is still far from being part of the European family

Pristina, May 9, 2014/Independent Balkan News Agency

By Elton Tota

On the occasion of the European Day, opposition parties say that as a result of the lack of the rule of law and bad governance, Kosovo is still far from the objectives of being part of the great European Union Family.

Leader of Democratic League of Kosovo (LDK), Isa Mustafa, declared on the occasion of the European Day that Kosovo has its own values to attach them to this unification of free states and nations.

On Facebook, Mustafa wrote that Kosovo cannot continue to have a minimum rule of law. “We cannot continue with a state captured by corruption. We cannot continue to improvise democracy”, said he.

Moreover, Mustafa added that 64 years ago, Europe rose above its past and embarked on a new journey, built on the principle of the unification of values.

“Kosovo has its own values to join them to this unification of free states and nations. Albanians will join with their extraordinary, unique and irreplaceable values. In order to restore the values of our states and nations where they belong, we must change this path”, said the leader of LDK.

The Alliance for the Future of Kosovo (AAK) says that as a result of bad governance, Kosovo is far from achieving its objectives of being part of the great European Union family.

According to AAK, the European Union remains a major objective and the Kosovo society is right to demand a quick integration in the EU.

AAK says that the citizens of Kosovo continue not to enjoy the right of movement, like all other Europeans. /ibna/