Three and a half months after elections, Pristina is still without institutions
Potential coalition partners, Albin Kurti's Self-Determination and Isa Mustafa's LDK, speak about this publicly, exchange letters and messages on social networks, accusing the other of being responsible for delaying government formation
Nearly three and a half months after early parliamentary elections in Kosovo Pristina is still without a government, without agreement between two leading parties, the Self-Determination Movement and the Democratic League of Kosovo, LDK, on a post-election coalition agreement, but also without the prospects of solving the issue soon.
Potential coalition partners, Albin Kurti's Self-Determination and Isa Mustafa's LDK speak about this publicly, exchange letters and messages on social networks, accusing the other of being responsible for delaying government formation.
In the meantime, the president of the interim Pristina institutions, Hashim Thaci, has reiterated his threat that unless the two parties find a solution to form institutions he would find one himself in accordance with the constitution and laws.
He reiterated his request to the leader of Self-Determination to submit the name of the candidate for prime minister, given that 22 days have passed since election results were officially announced.
Kurti, on the other hand, said that he would submit the name of the candidate within the deadline and without delay - but also without specifying when he would do that, the Pristina newspaper Gazeta Express reported.
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