After early parliamentary elections, the most dominant was Self-Determination of Albin Kurti, says President of the European Movement of Serbs Rada Trajković to KIM radio, and points out that an interesting period awaits the citizens of Kosovo if Kurti and Isa Mustafa form a broad coalition.
Trajković predicts problematic continuation of the Brussels agreement, because as she says ”Thaci will lose the role of a man who can guarantee the implementation of the Brussels agreement, and will not have a government that will accept his solutions” and therefore she predicts that because of his institutional weakness, Thaci could be a theme for the Parliament in terms of his resignation as the president, reports Kim radio.
Trajković points out two options will be before the future Serb representatives in the Kosovo parliament.
As the first Trajković mentions a coalition with Haradinaj, which would make the representatives of the Serbs ‘institutionally stronger’. The other option, as Trajković says, ‘a great Albanian coalition’ where the Serbs would be completely ‘passivized’ but that it might open greater opportunities for the Serbs to constitute their community themselves, and a stronger link with Belgrade.
Trajković says that these are ‘relevant’ options, but that, unfortunately, either Belgrade or Serbian List does not talk about.