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Demarcation leads to early elections in Pristina? (Blic, Pobjeda)

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Political analyst Ramush Tahiri told the daily Pobjeda, based in Podgorica, that this convening of the Kosovo parliament will hardly be able to vote out on a demarcation agreement with Montenegro, and he believes that new extraordinary parliamentary elections await Pristina in the spring, reports the Belgrade daily Blic.

In fact, it is not known whether the Kosovo parliament will be able to provide a two-thirds majority this week, necessary for the ratification of demarcation with Montenegro, since the Agreement on this issue is not supported by the Serbian List and the opposition party Self-Determination, Blic writes.

Tahiri says that Kosovo is trying to delay, as much as possible, the submission of the proposal of the draft law on ratification, and thus prolongs and visa liberalization. Tahiri reminds that Kosovo’s citizens are the only ones in Europe without the possibility to freely move at a time when Ukraine and Georgia have also won the right, Blic writes today.

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