Pristina, 10 July 2015/ Independent Balkan News Agency
By Elton Tota
The refusal to vote the petition of 33 thousand citizens of Kosovo who are against the increase of the power supply, has made the opposition abandon the plenary session.
The opposition gave a news conference where it warned that it will sent to parliament again the request of the 33 thousand citizens of Kosovo, who are against the increase of power supply.
Glauk Konjufca said that the majority in parliament ignored the petition of 33 thousand citizens, while accusing the Parliamentary Committee for Human Rights and Petitions of deforming the demands of the citizens.
“The respective committee has received the demands, it has issued recommendations and has completely deformed the requests of 33 thousand citizens”, Konjufca said.
Meanwhile, AAK MP, Donika Kadaj-Bujupi launched serious accusations against the government of Kosovo by saying that the increase of power supply is a rip off for the citizens.
“We will reprocess the original requests of 33 thousand citizens of Kosovo, until we achieve results and until this political class which has usurped the state, understands what democracy is”, Kadaj-Bujupi said. /ibna/