Lumir Abdixhiku, Kosovo Assembly MP from the Democratic League of Kosovo, said they are expecting from the majority to assure votes for demarcation. “We are certainly pleased that a cause is moving toward the end, and we would like conclusion of this matter which kept us hostage for three years,” Abdixhiku said.
He added that “it appears AAK people have problems on reading reached agreements,” alluding on the debate between AAK and LDK on whether Bulliqi’s report should be included in the Law or not.
“The Law is already in state procedure, because it went through all Assembly procedures, and it is not any more a matter of LDK. Any other effort to change it, is a tendency to buy time,” Abdixhiku said.
He reiterated that Kosovo is standing in front of two alternatives: to ratify the demarcation agreement and open possibility for visa liberalization procedures for Kosovans, or resignation of the government, which according to him, came into power with this cause.
“In fact I think that this government should go for many reasons,” Abdixhiku said.