Majority demands dialogue, opposition refuses

Majority demands dialogue, opposition refuses

Pristina, 27 January 2016/Independent Balkan News Agency

By Elton Tota

Democratic Party of Kosovo, which is part of the governing coalition, believes that the only solution to solve the political crisis in the country is dialogue.

The head of PDK’s parliamentary group, Adem Grabovci says that the actions of the opposition parties to block the work of parliament are tendentious and immature.

“As we have said many times, the only solution is to restore dialogue in institutions as the only alternative that must prevail”, Grabovci declared.

Grabovci said that the majority is working on a daily basis to restore dialogue with opposition’s officials in order to overcome the situation that rules in the country.

“In spite of the differences in the concepts that we have on the state, we have nothing against opposition colleagues and we communicate on how to solve common problems. We are not driven by the logic of exemption, therefore every day we will try to communicate with them, because Kosovo and its citizens demand a solution to the situation, which has had an impact in the development of the country”, Grabovci said.

According to him, the protests that have been announced by the opposition on independence day will seriously damage the image of the Republic of Kosovo. Meanwhile, the opposition continues to address its demands for early general elections.

“The only solution consists on fresh elections. Parliament will not function normally. Protests will not stop until the government resigns”, declared leader of the Alliance for the Future of Kosovo, Ramush Haradinaj.

Besides resigning, Haradinaj also said that the government must be held accountable for the Brussels’ agreements that damage the sovereignty of the state. /ibna/