Pal Lekaj, outgoing MP from the Alliance for the Future of Kosovo (AAK), assessed that 11 June elections have shown who the winner and who the loser is.
“These elections have shown who the winner is and the winner, in consultation with all relevant factors, will create the government, which will give right solution to all the stagnated matters. We will be together, because united, never divided, we can do a lot for the country,” Lekaj said.
He added further that there will be no need for a technical government, being that Ramush Haradinaj will be next Prime Minister of Kosovo.
The outgoing MP from Vetevendosje movement, Shqipe Pantina assessed that Kosovo currently does not need an all-inclusive government, being that elections have shown that people are for change.
“I do not see the need for an all-inclusive government, this country also needs a strong opposition. Issues such as the Association of Serb-majority Municipalities, Demarcation Agreement with Montenegro have received their reply during the previous legislation,” Pantina said.
According to her, “the new government should negotiate a new agreement with Montengro, and work on best integration of local Serbs in society and Kosovo institutions expelling finally Belgrade’s destructive impact in Kosovo.”