10 Tetor 2019 11:53
A few days after opposition parties have claimed victory in Kosovo’s general election, leaders of both Vetevenedosje and Democratic League of Kosovo (LDK), will meet for the first time to discuss government coalition, Gazeta Express reports. After publication of preliminary results, the Vetevendosje is leading with 25 percent of votes followed by the LDK with 24 percent.
Reliable sources told Gazeta Express the meeting will be held today (Thursday) at 12:00hrs in one of Pristina hotels. The LDK candidate for prime minister, Vjosa Osmani, confirmed that she will meet today with the Vetevendosje leader, Albin Kurti. Osmani told briefly T7 television that she will meet Kurti after meeting will a German delegation. Also Kurti confirmed today’s meeting. “In principle the LDK accepted to be in coalition with us and tomorrow (Thursday) we will have a meeting attended by me and deputy head of Vetevendosje and on the other side will be the LDK chairman and candidate for prime minister, Vjosa Osmani,” Kurti stated in a televised interview.
This is the first meeting of the two parties which won 6 October elections. Before the elections, the LDK and Vetevendosje were negotiating a pre-election coalition but disagreed on who should become the prime minister. After discussions they agreed to propose for prime minister the candidate of the party winning Sunday’s election. /GazetaExpress/