Kosovo’s opposition parties have turned down an offer of Srpska List, a political entity representing Kosovo Serbs for overthrowing the Government.
Avdullah Hoti, chief of parliamentary group of LDK, biggest opposition party in Kosovo, said his party will proceed to the Assembly a no confidence motion in Ramush Haradinaj’s Government, once it gets 61 votes required to overthrow the Government. But Hoti said that the LDK will not allow conditioning of this process. “The LDK will proceed with the no confidence motion against current Government, once it gets 61 votes in Kosovo Parliament. But we don’t accept conditioning this process,” Hoti wrote in Facebook.
The Vetevendosje MP, Rexhep Selimi, said that opposition party will never accept overthrowing Government with Srpska List caucus votes. “We neither count nor want Srpska List votes to overthrow Government. The Government of Kosovo should be ousted, and new elections should be held, not because Serbia wants this, but because of Kosovo citizens will,” Selimi said.
Chief of parliamentary group of Social-Democratic Party, PSD, Dardan Sejdiu, said his party will not cooperate with Srpska List in Kosovo Parliament. “We have no votes to support those who call bandits legitimate representatives of Kosovo and those who every day act against the Republic of Kosovo,” Sejdiu said. Srpska List MP, Igor Simic, told media in Belgrade over the weekend that their ten MPs are willing to return to Kosovo Parliament and support a no confidence motion in Haradinaj’s Government if other opposition parties get 51 votes. Serbian MPs are boycotting Kosovo institutions after the Government of Kosovo decided in November last year to introduce tariffs in all Serbian imports. /GazetaExpress/