Pristina, 23 December 2015/ Independent Balkan News Agency
By Elton Tota
Prime Minister of Kosovo, Isa Mustafa has once again invited opposition parties today to hold talks and find a solution about the political crisis in the country.
Mustafa once again criticized the opposition’s actions in parliament, by saying that opposition MPs are not fulfilling the role that the citizens have elected them for.
“State and government leadership requires decision making for the country and the citizens, decision making which is not often easy”, Mustafa said.
According to him, this government must uphold Kosovo’s vital interests and its future.
Deputy Prime Minister, Hashim Thaci also addressed strong criticism against opposition parties. Thaci declared that the agreements being contested by the opposition, are only a pretext to provoke new elections.
It’s been three months that opposition in Kosovo has launched a political action in order to contest the implementation of the Agreement for the Association of Serb Communes and border demarcation with Montenegro.
These contests have not allowed normal parliamentary proceedings in the country. /ibna/