The biggest opposition party in Kosovo - Democratic League of Kosovo (LDK), has initiated a meeting of all political party leaders to discuss early elections. Head of parliamentary group of LDK, Avdullah Hoti, told Gazeta Express that such a roundtable is necessary considering that current Government has lost its legitimacy.
The LDK sent on Friday invitations to all political entities represented in Parliament to meet next Wednesday (25 April). Hoti said that institutional crisis caused by loss of majority in Parliament of the ruling coalition, dysfunctional Parliament, failure of the legal and constitutional functioning of institutions, are some of the reasons why the LDK thinks snap elections are the only solution to end the crisis. “Under current situation, a national consensus should be urgently reached in order to overcome the crisis. We should leave aside political rivalry,” Hoti said promising that the LDK is ready to lead reaching of this consensus. “Today we will send invitations for holding of a roundtable of political parties next Wednesday. Most of the political parties have confirmed their participation,” Hoti said. He also said that topics expected to be discussed in this roundtable are important for the country such as the dialogue with Serbia and the EU integration reform. Hoti explained that part of the discussion will be necessary technical preparations for organising of early elections to end current political crisis.
The LDK officials announced that if there will be no national consensus on overcoming political crisis they will initiate a no-confidence motion in Ramush Haradinaj’s Government. /GazetaExpress