Opposition in Kosovo: Protests will continue

Opposition in Kosovo: Protests will continue

Pristina, 19 November 2015/Independent Balkan News Agency

By Elton Tota

The leaders of the three opposition parties, Visar Ymeri, Ramush Haradinaj and Fatmir Limaj held a meeting today to discuss the political crisis in the country.

After this meeting, they said that the opposition will not stop until the Brussels’ Agreements and the agreement on the border demarcation with Montenegro are annulled.

“Our next protest will be on 28 November. We will not stop. We call on police not to become a political instrument, but to serve the citizens. Our protest is political and legitimate”, declared leader of Self Determination, Visar Ymeri.

According to him, opposition and the citizens will protest against this regime which is working for Serbia and to divide Kosovo.

Leader of AAK, Ramush Haradinaj blamed PM Isa Mustafa and his deputy, Hashim Thaci on yesterday’s events.

“Upon the order of PM Mustafa and his subordinates, police arrest and attack members of parliament in a brutal manner. Our political refusal for these damaging topics will continue, even if police arrest all opposition MPs”, Haradinaj said.

Meanwhile, Fatmir Limaj from the Incentive for Kosovo criticized the arrest of AAK lawmaker, Donika Kadaj.

“Today, Kosovo doesn’t have state institutions. This country doesn’t have a justice system, as it is controlled by Mustafa and Thaci”, Limaj said.

Meanwhile, deputy Prime Minister of Kosovo, Hashim Thaci condemned today the violent acts manifested by the opposition.

He said that the citizens and state institutions will not allow the state to be destroyed by a violent opposition group. /ibna/