Vetevendosje leader Albin Kurti met today leader of the Democratic League of Kosovo (LDK) Isa Mustafa.
In a Facebook post, Kurti wrote that they discussed the motion of no confidence against the current government of Kosovo led by Ramush Haradinaj.
“Kosovo needs economic development and not institutional corruption,” Kurti wrote. He added that the citizens of Kosovo want a new governance that would be fair and not one that increases debt, misuses the budget and bankrupts the enterprises.
“We agreed to make necessary preparations for overthrowing the government,” he said.
In a statement, the Democratic League of Kosovo (LDK) said the current coalition government is not working in the interests of Kosovo and has no majority in the Assembly.
“LDK considers the country needs to head to elections through a motion of no confidence against the current government of through the dissolving of the Assembly,” the party said.
“Mustafa and Kurti assessed that despite the coordination of opposition activity between the parliamentary groups of LDK and LVV against the damaging governance and a series of this government’s and coalition’s scandals, the situation in Kosovo is worsening. High corruption, unemployment, nepotism and people leaving Kosovo are the best evidence that the country needs a new responsible government,” LDK said adding that the two parties will move to concrete action in the coming days.