Parliament in Kosovo is expected to vote the new government today

Parliament in Kosovo is expected to vote the new government today

Pristina, December 9, 2014/Independent Balkan News Agency

By Elton Tota

Today, parliament of Kosovo is expected to vote the new government of the country, led by Isa Mustafa from the Democratic League of Kosovo. The parliamentary session was suspended last night upon the request of the coalition parties.

Meanwhile, the opposition claims that there have been disputes with the Serb List, which has not been present in this session.

The Serb List is not happy with the ministries that it has been given in the new government. This political subject has also made several extra demands for other leading posts such as: the post of the vice chairman of the Kosovo Intelligence Agency (KIA), the post of the deputy commander of Kosovo Security Forces, the suspension of privatization in communes where there’s a Serb majority and the creation of the Association of Communes of Serb majority.

But, on the other hand, there are rumors according to which disputes have emerged within the coalition between PDK and LDK about the list of ministers and about the names of PDK who continue to have ministerial posts.

Today’s session will start at noon, following an agreement between the heads of the parliamentary groups of PDK and LDK, Adem Grabovci and Ismet Beqiri. /ibna/