The Kosovo government, led by Ramush Haradinaj, is on its last legs, and its collapse is only a matter of days or weeks – says the head of the parliamentary group of the opposition Democratic League of Kosovo, Abdullah Hoti.
Hoti claims that the Kosovo government is unable to implement any process, including forwarding draft bills to the Assembly, Pristina-based daily Zeri is reporting.
“This is the result of this government’s need to coordinate everything with its partner the Serb List, which is controlled by the Serbian government,” he said.
To remind, Ramush Haradinaj formed a new government in September, ending months of political stalemate in Kosovo with a vow to step up his nation’s European Union accession efforts.
Haradinaj, backed by a narrow majority of 62 of 120 lawmakers, leads a coalition dominated by the Democratic Party of Kosovo, the Alliance for the Future of Kosovo, and the Initiative of Kosovo, which all emerged from the 1998-1999 conflict with Serbia, along with a dozen smaller parties and backed by the Lista Srpska group of Serbian lawmakers.
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