Avdullah Hoti, chief of Kosovo’s biggest parliamentary group, LDK, said Wednesday that most of the scheduled meetings of Parliament’s Committee have failed due to absence of ruling coalition MPs. He urged parties to sit together and agree on dissolution of Parliament.
Avdullah Hoti in a Facebook post said that current form of governing Kosovo should be brought to an end. “Today most of the Parliamentary Committee meetings have failed due to absence of ruling coalition MPs. It would be good for political parties to sit and dissolve the Parliament. Kosovo deserves legitimate, credible institutions capable of carrying out all tasks. This form of government should be brought to an end because is damaging every process in the country,” Hoti said.
Hoti’s party the LDK has announced earlier filing a no confidence motion in Ramush Haradinaj’s Government with the justification that his Government lost majority in Parliament. MPs of Serbian Community in Kosovo Parliament have decided to withdraw from Government and pledged to act as opposition protesting a decision of the Government to impose a ten percent customs tariff to all Serbian goods. Since its establishment in September 2017, coalition partners are struggling to create majority and pass important legislation despite large number of parties composing ruling coalition.