Kosovo’s Parliament endorsed the proposal for a vote of no confidence in the Prime Minister ISA Mustafa, which means a dissolution of the government, which the opposition accuses of failing to fulfil its pledges, and early elections in the next month.
In support of the vote voted 78 deputies of the Parliament, with 120 legislators, wrote on Wednesday, may 10, the news Agency Reuters.
In a speech before members of Parliament Mustafa said his government has achieved impressive results in combating unemployment and maintaining low public debt, stressing that among Ministers there is no corruption.
The authors, however, point out that 18 months of stay in power of this study, in the country he regularly broke the street riots, the opposition used tear gas and thrown into a government building grenades.
New elections will make even less likely the agreement on the demarcation with Montenegro – a key requirement of the EU for the abolition of visas with this country.
Recall that the majority of the population of Kosovo are ethnic Albanians, Muslims by religion, but the vast majority of them leads a secular lifestyle. The independence of Kosovo was recognized in 2008.