Pristina, March 20, 2015/Independent Balkan News Agency
By Elton Tota
Through a press conference delivered today, Self Determination has raised a number of concerns about the work of the government led by Isa Mustafa in the first 100 days in office.
Leader of Self Determination, Visar Ymeri said that during the first three months in office, this government has showed poor management in several fields, such as the tender for the construction of “New Kosovo” thermal plant and the bill on Trepce.
“The session for the voting of the new government, where no MP was allowed to speak, the government showed that it’s the same as the previous one. The budget that the new government brought belonged to the old government”, Ymeri said.
“The tender for the New Kosovo Thermal plant is not transparent which may increase the price of electricity. The winning company of this tender doesn’t seem to meet the necessary criteria. The new bill that the government brought for Trepce, only postponed the deadline for its liquidation”, he said.
Meanwhile, this party’s MP, Albulena Haxhiu said that three opposition parties, Self Determination, AAK and Incentive are planning to file a motion for the evaluation of the 100 first days in office for this government.
She also called for protests in coordination with other opposition parties. Meanwhile, analyzing the work of the government, Haxhiu said that the aim of the parties of this coalition is not to develop the country, but to form the Special Tribunal and Association of Serb Communes.
Haxhiu MP also criticized deputy PM Hashim Thaci and minister of Justice, Hajredin Kuci for their involvement in the election of the General Attorney. /ibna/