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Will there be a reshuffle in the Haradinaj government? (Radio Free Europe)

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The ruling coalition in Kosovo is faced with many challenges,  with growing dissatisfaction and strikes in different sectors in the domestic plan, where the basic demand is about pay rises, and on the international plan, the key challenge remains the tariff on products from Serbia and Bosnia and Herzegovina, a decision that is not being supported by the European Union and the United States of America. The strike in the education sector is seen as a threat to the longevity of the Haradinaj-led government. Alliance for the Future of Kosovo (AAK) MP, Donika Kadaj-Bujupi, said the strike organized by the Teachers’ Union was created by influential people in Kosovo to put added pressure on the government. She said that despite the pressure, the Haradinaj-led government will not yield and will continue its work. “There is a tendency to create confusion among the public, to stain the image of the government, to put pressure on the government so that it backs down on damaging issues, the so-called painful compromises, and for other agendas that many suspicious actors in our country are pushing forward. The government is successfully fulfilling its mandate,” she added. Kosovo’s Deputy Prime Minister and Democratic Party of Kosovo (PDK) member, Enver Hoxhaj, said he doesn’t expect a government reshuffle this year or early parliamentary elections. “Our position is that there will be no government reshuffle or early elections this year. What we must do is implement the government program and the top priority is dialogue with Serbia. There will be no changes,” Hoxhaj said.

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