Opposition: There will be teargas again if the government doesn’t step down

Opposition: There will be teargas again if the government doesn’t step down

Pristina, 20 January 2016/ Independent Balkan News Agency

By Elton Tota

Three opposition parties, Self Determination, AAK and Incentive have warned that they will throw teargas again in parliament.

According to them, if their demands are not met: the government’s resignation and the holding of free and democratic elections, there will be fresh tension in parliament.

Self Determination Party MP, Albulena Haxhiu declared that united opposition will continue its political action against the current government.

“Of course, the situation will continue the same as before, because circumstances in the country have not changed. We still have the damaging agreements for the Republic and the territory and we still have as head of the government a prime minister who has violated 23 articles of the Constitution of Kosovo”, Haxhiu declared.

The opposition’s lawmaker said that one thing is sure that the opposition will continue to block the parliamentary proceedings with similar action to before.

AAK’s MP, Lahi Brahimaj declared that if the Agreements are not withdrawn, then the work of parliament will be blocked.

“We will do everything to block the work of parliament if the agreements are not withdrawn. We will try to prevent it at any cost”, he said.

Bilall Sherifi from the Incentive for Kosovo confirms that United Opposition will not withdraw from its stance.

He said that if the demands for the resignation of the government are ignored, then the opposition does not have any reason to withdraw. /ibna/