Pristina, January 8, 2015/Independent Balkan News Agency
By Elton Tota
President of Kosovo, Atifete Jahjaga, received today in a meeting the speaker of parliament, Kadri Veseli to talk about the coordination of the work of institutions.
During this meeting, the two interlocutors talked about the acceleration of procedures relating to the bill which regarding the participation of the citizens of Kosovo in armed conflicts abroad, to boost the fight against terrorism.
They said that it’s important to vote the bill for the electronic tagging of people whose movement has been restricted by the court and the bill for the surveillance of electronic communication.
President Jahjaga and speaker Veseli also stressed the importance of the bill that relates to the prevention of the conflict of interest in exerting public offices as this would help in the fight against corruption and organized crime.
President Jahjaga said that parliament of Kosovo must work in order to make up for lost time during the first half of last year and establish a parliamentary democracy.
Speaker of parliament, Kadri Veseli informed the president on the work of parliament and the plans to approve the four laws that benefit the country and which affect the domains of national security, rule of law and European integration.
He said that the meetings with the president of the country are a good practice of cross institutional coordination and that they will continue in order to advance democratic process in the country. /ibna/