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Sejdiju: Haradinaj’s Government a hostage of Vucic’s decisions (KIM radio, Vesti)

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The government of Ramush Haradinaj is rocking increasingly while the opposition increasingly demands the calling of early elections due to the difficult political and economic situation in Kosovo, reports Serbian media.

According to the Serbian media, Haradinaj received a response from the opposition that intends to unite and launch overthrow of the government instead supporting the government’s platform on dialogue with Serbia.

Haradinaj and Veseli do not have parliamentary majority currently, out of a total of 120, they have support of 53 deputies, because the Serbian List left the coalition due to the delays in formation of the Community/Association of Serb Municipalities (ZSO).

– When the government was formed, we said that it would be a hostage of Vucic’s decisions. We must not allow ourselves to be Vucic’s instrument in making decisions. Our parliamentary group believes that the current government does not deal with important issues that are important for citizens, says Dardan Sejdiju from the Group of Independent Deputies.

The Serbian list says they do not know about this opposition initiative and claim that they are currently the only opposition party that has voted against the adoption of many laws in recent months on the proposal of the government.

In addition, they stress that they do not believe that the initiative is sincere.

Opposition parties also claim that they will not allow Haradinaj and Thaci to compromise in talks with Vucic when it comes to the ZSO, and will oppose division or a new Republika Srpska in Kosovo.

On the other hand, Hashim Thaçi has the support of European diplomats in Pristina who oppose the holding of elections, reports Serbian media.

Although the opposition will demand the Parliament to discuss the confidence of the government, political analysts estimate that holding of an early parliamentary elections responds to none of the parties, Serbian media reports.

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