With more than two months having passed since the October 6 parliamentary elections in Kosovo, Vetevendosje and LDK have been pressed by officials from the EU, the US, the UK and Germany this week to swiftly form the next government.
Vetevendosje and the Democratic League of Kosovo, LDK, are close to reaching a deal to form a governing coalition for the next four years, after the two former opposition parties won the majority of votes in the October 6 parliamentary elections.
Vjosa Osmani’s nomination by LDK as candidate for prime minister completes the race for Kosovo’s parliamentary elections, now confirmed as being held on October 6.
With new parliamentary elections looking set to take place in the coming weeks, LDK has re-elected Isa Mustafa to the throne of the party for the third time.
Thaci’s discourse on the Association of Serb Municipalities has altered. Now, he openly refers to it by its Serb name ‘Zajednica,’ initially used by opposition party Vetevendosje.