Opposition in Kosovo once again prevents parliamentary proceedings

Opposition in Kosovo once again prevents parliamentary proceedings

Pristina, 10 March 2016/Independent Balkan News Agency

By Elton Tota

The opposition has once again prevented today the proceedings in the Kosovo parliament. Teargas, noise, lasers, and interruption of speeches were some of the opposition’s actions that obliged the Speaker of Parliament to suspend the session in several occasions.

Self Determination MP, Rexhep Selimi says that the opposition continues its protest inside parliament and that whoever had been expecting anything different to happen, was wrong.

He said that the opposition will not get tired until it reaches its scope and according to him, the government is the one that should withdraw.

Meanwhile, AAK lawmaker, Daut Haradinaj said that this government has also been refused by the people of Kosovo now.

Meanwhile, Prime Minister of Kosovo, Isa Mustafa said that the opposition’s arguments are not valid because he and the government that he leads, have not violated the Constitution of Kosovo with the agreement signed with Serbia for the Association of Serb Communes or with the agreement for the demarcation of border with Montenegro.

All three political parties in opposition are demanding the resignation of the government and are contesting the resignation of the president of the country, Hashim Thaci. They have warned a protest for the holding of early elections. /ibna/