Teargas suspends parliamentary proceedings once again in Kosovo

Teargas suspends parliamentary proceedings once again in Kosovo

Pristina, 30 November 2015/Independent Balkan News Agency

By Elton Tota

Parliament of Kosovo has once again suspended its proceedings today and the cause for this was teargas let off by opposition MPs, Ismail Kurteshi and Haxhi Shala.

Speaker of parliament, Kadri Veseli has reacted by calling a meeting of the leaders of parliamentary groups.

Leader of Self Determination Parliamentary Group, Klauk Konjufca, said that the opposition is determined to block the work of the parliament of Kosovo.

He confirmed that police have arrested the MP of this political subject, Fisnik Ismaili, but according to him, the reasons are not known.

Three opposition parties, Self Determination, Alliance for the Future of Kosovo and Incentive for Kosovo, are contesting the agreement for the Association of Serb Communes and the agreement for the border demarcation with Montenegro, considering both of them as damaging for Kosovo’s territorial integrity.

They have pledged that they will suspend proceedings in the parliament of Kosovo until these agreements are abrogated. /ibna/