Power is taken through the vote and not through proletarian revolutions

Power is taken through the vote and not through proletarian revolutions

Pristina, April 15, 2015/Independent Balkan News Agency

By Elton Tota

Kosovo’s PM, Isa Mustafa has commented today the April 18 protest warned by the three opposition parties, Self Determination, Alliance for the Future of Kosovo and Incentive for Kosovo.

PM Isa Mustafa said that problems must be solved in institutions and not on the street.

“I’d like to express my conviction that the current problems that exist in Kosovo must be solved inside of the institutions of Kosovo and with the free vote of the citizens”, Mustafa said.

Meanwhile, the first deputy PM and Foreign Minister, Hashim Thaci said that power is taken through the free vote and not through proletarian revolutions.

Thaci considered the attack of the opposition against independent institutions as blackmail to prevent the Constitutional Court from doing its job.

Opposition in Kosovo will protest against the government on April 18 with the motto “Protest against the capturing of the state”.

The organizers from three political subjects, Self Determination, AAK and Incentive say that they demand from the government to react about the high price of power supply.

According to the opposition, the protest will also be held against the capturing of the state by the current government, the control that the government exerts on the public radio television, the usurpation of the justice system and the Association of Communes which have a Serb majority. /ibna/