Chief of parliamentary group of the Democratic League of Kosovo (LDK), biggest opposition party in Kosovo’s Parliament, says ruling coalition partners are attacking his party for not changing its stance on dialogue with Serbia.
“The LDK is under constant attack of ruling coalition and this is the only point that keeps ruling parties united. But they are disunited when it comes to Government’s strategy, relations with allies, or dialogue with Serbia,” Hoti wrote in his Facebook, Gazeta Express reports. According to Hoti, the LDK’s consistency is seen as burden by the coalition partners of PDK, AAK, and Nisma.
“Bad news for this illegitimate ruling coalition is that the LDK has not changed its course and obviously this is an obstacle, therefore they have intensified spreading of defamation,” Hoti said. He said the LDK supports the dialogue with Serbia, reiterating that they will not become part of as he said “a masquerade” to redo the state of Kosovo. “We are here and we will reiterate that we are in favour of dialogue, but we will not become part of this masquerade. We will not dialogue on redoing the state of Kosovo. We are working on strengthening democracy of our state,” Hoti wrote. /GazetaExpress/