Parliamentary session for the creation of the Special Tribunal fails

Parliamentary session for the creation of the Special Tribunal fails

Pristina, 29 May 2015/Independent Balkan News Agency

By Elton Tota

Parliament of Kosovo has postponed the session which was expected to discuss very important issues today.

Lawmakers didn’t receive the constitutional amendments, which would be voted as a legal basis for the creation of the Special Tribunal.

The head of the Parliamentary Group of PDK, Adem Grabovi proposed the adjournment of today’s parliamentary session. This proposal received 78 votes in favor and 2 against.

Grabovci made this proposal with the argument that parliament has not yet received all the legal amendments requested to the European Union and in their absence, the Special Tribunal could not be voted.

Meanwhile, the head of the parliamentary group of Self Determination, Glauk Konjufca, the party of whom has been against this tribunal since the very beginning, said that this party moves for the creation of this tribunal not to reach parliament at all or be postponed indefinitely.

After the postponement of this session, KLA veterans suspended the protest which started at 10 am, as a sign of discontent against the creation of the Tribunal. /ibna/