Kosovo PM Hoti refutes reports about his resignation
online media outlets reported Thursday that prime minister Avdullah Hoti is
intending to resign, but Hoti in a Facebook post on Friday said that those
reports are not true, Gazeta Express reports.
circulating in media about my resignation are not true. With my actions I have
proven the readiness and commitment to offer solutions to all open issues, by
unblocking even the most complicated processes that Kosovo is going through
such as the decision to resume the dialogue with Serbia, reaching of the agreement
in Washington on 4 September, drafting of the emergency package and package
on economic recovery as well as taking
concrete measures in managing COVID-19 pandemic,” Hoti wrote on Facebook.
reaction came after journalist Astrit Gashi attending a debate in TV Dukagjini
said that he learned Hoti has offered his resignation as prime minister due to
disagreements within the ruling coalition. His statement was reported by
several online media, prompting Hoti’s reaction on Friday.
said that Kosovo political parties have two options: Either agreeing on
electing of the new president or holding new elections. Former president of
Kosovo Hashim Thaci resigned on 5 November after the Kosovo Specialist Chambers
(KSC) confirmed an indictment against him charging Thaci of war crimes allegedly
committed during his time he served as political representative of the Kosovo
Liberation Army. The coalition led by Hoti’s party – the LDK lacks support in
Parliament to elect the new president a situation which ahs polarized the
political scene of Kosovo. /GazetaExpress/