Pristina, 9 March 2016/Independent Balkan News Agency
By Elton Tota
On Thursday, parliament of Kosovo will convene, but opposition parties say that they will continue their political action in order to prevent normal proceedings.
Member of Self Determination, Adonis Tahiri says that opposition bloc will participate in tomorrow’s session.
“We will not allow normal proceedings in parliament, as this institution has now lost legitimacy and it’s only serving to this anti-constitutional government”, Tahiri said.
Tahiri has not said anything as to the means that will be used not to allow normal parliament’s proceedings.
Although Self Determination is clear about its objective, the two other parties, Alliance for the Future of Kosovo and Incentive do not yet have any official stance as to whether they will be present or not in tomorrow’s session.
Spokesman of AAK, Muharrem Nitaj says that it has still not been decided what will be done tomorrow.
“The parliamentary group has still not decided what to do tomorrow. We will discuss this later”.
The same position was also taken by Haxhi Shala MP from the Incentive for Kosovo. He said that the opposition is yet to come out with a joint stance.
Although recently there have been rumors that Incentive for Kosovo MPs have given up on the use of teargas in parliament, Shala said that this may by an individual opinion, but the positioning will be unified.
The last parliamentary session has taken place on 26 February, following lots of tension within parliament and outside of it during the election of the Hashim Thaci as president. /ibna/