Former prime minister of Kosovo demands “Thaci” government to be discharged

Former prime minister of Kosovo demands “Thaci” government to be discharged

Pristina, March 10, 2014/Independent Balkan News Agency

By Elton Tota

Leader of the Alliance for the Future of Kosovo (AAK), former prime minister Ramush Haradinaj demands the discharge of the government and the holding of general elections.

Mr. Haradinaj said today (10.03) that Kosovo is facing a danger, which according to him, is the continuation of this governing mentality.

According to him, Kosovo doesn’t need to continue with this government, which he considers to be damaging for the country, stressing that it’s necessary for the country to change the governance mentality.

“In these elections, Kosovo doesn’t need for continuation of this governance, Kosovo needs a new governing mentality. The biggest danger that Kosovo is facing today relates to this governing routine. In case the following government believes that the country is in a routine situation, then that’s the danger for Kosovo”, said Haradinaj.

The leader of the Alliance for the Future of Kosovo insists on the discharge of the government. He said that the new elections must be held through the discharge of the government and not through the dissolution of parliament.

“To me, the discharge of the government is a fresh start and a better opportunity for Kosovo”.

On the other hand, the former commander of Kosovo Liberation Army rules out any coalition with PDK in power.

“It’s obvious that we don’t predict any coalition with PDK and today’s government. As far as other parties are concerned, there hasn’t been anything concrete. We will see the development, but in principle, who support those who want these changes”, declared the leader of AAK.

Haradinaj also spoke of a coalition with the Serbs of Kosovo.

“Our constitution offers to minorities the opportunity to government. We welcome them”.

Mr. Haradinaj made these comments for the media following a meeting of farewell that he had with the Ambassador of Albania to Kosovo, Islam Lauka, whose term in office is ending. /ibna/