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Mustafa: The government stalemate shows we need new elections (Indeksonline)

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Democratic League of Kosovo (LDK) leader, Isa Mustafa, said today that Kosovo is facing a government stalemate and that this shows that the country needs to go to early parliamentary elections. Mustafa argued that the current government with its actions is threatening Kosovo’s relations with the United States of America and other international partners. Mustafa made these remarks at the 29th anniversary of the LDK’s Women Forum. “It wouldn’t be fair to go back in time and talk about the role of women, because this role is improving continuously. Today, we have women and youth involved in all areas. Both in the Assembly and in the municipalities, they are doing an amazing job, and this is a merit of the LDK … Kosovo needs this orientation and we cannot move forward if we don’t have this approach. We have told the current government too to change its approach in this respect,” he said. Mustafa also said it is in the interest of the people for Kosovo to meet the requirements of the European Union. “We don’t have two homes, like Serbia has Russia and the EU. We have only one. We need to become part of the EU and to have economic development. The government is not working for the interests of the people. The biggest problems are corruption, unemployment and the fact that the state is seized. They are trying to cover up these problems with some decisions … We will give our contribution to dialogue with Serbia, but we will do so from the opposition,” he added.

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