The Kosovo Assembly has elected the country’s seventh government since the country declared independence in 2008, and its second led by Vetevendosje’s Albin Kurti.
Speaking to Prishtina Insight, ex-Prime Minister Albin Kurti described the Kosovo Specialist Chambers’ first war crimes cases in The Hague against former Kosovo Liberation Army commanders as an assault on the values of the wartime guerrilla force.
Acting Prime Minister Albin Kurti discussed the decision to form a new government without fresh elections and recent US involvement in relations between Kosovo and Serbia on BIRN’s televised programme ‘Jeta ne Kosove.’
With 66 votes in favour, zero against and ten abstentions, a new coalition government led by Vetevendosje head Albin Kurti was voted in by the Kosovo Assembly at a session on Monday.
Despite having failed to reach a coalition agreement that would secure his majority, Vetevendosje leader Albin Kurti has decided to hold a vote at the Kosovo Assembly to approve his new cabinet on Monday.