Kosovo opposition boycotts Parliament Presidency meetings, sabotaging a government-backed call to vote on the repeal of the law on Hague-based court mandated to prosecute war crimes.
In an ongoing debate, Capussela responds to Toci’s defense of the Trepca law by accusing the government of ineptitude and insisting that it violated democratic process by pushing the law through without a proper discussion.
The dangerous clientelism of Kosovo’s governing political class is preventing crucial reforms and has paralyzed not only the democratic representation of citizens, but also the country’s fundamental interests.
Kosovo Assembly has been interrupted by opposition MPs who, in a now routine course of events, set off tear gas shortly after the session began.
Kosovo's first Spring parliamentary session was interrupted three times by tear gas from the opposition.