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Assembly blackmailing opposition

by Diana Bunjaku
Assembly blackmailing opposition

Assembly of Kosovo only with the majority proceeds

According to political analyst Halil Toshi, this legislation is without legitimacy
“even the credibility of the decisions, resolutions, laws and ratifications is deficient,
to say illegitimate. So this legislation although legal, has spent his legitimacy quickly, “
said Toshi.

The opposition should go to the Assembly, because if it is not then the position should not be subject to opposition goals, but must be united in order to provide the numbers and make decisions. Political analysts estimate that the lack of opposition parties in parliament is a major handicap and influential in breaking the image of Kosovo in the international plan. According to them, without the presence of the opposition in Parliament, democracy is wounded, where pluralism has made society. They say that the opposition in Kosovo considering this argument, trying to profit by blackmailing Parliament, which can not function properly, or at least that detract from the decisions taken by the Assembly of Kosovo.

Skender Zogaj political analyst, said that the absence of the opposition parties is a major handicap and influential in breaking the image of Kosovo in the international plan. He said, that the absence of the opposition in parliament injures the health of democracy, where pluralism has made society.

“The opposition in Kosovo, even considering this argument, trying to profit by blackmailing Parliament can not function properly, or at least that to detract decisions taken in the Assembly. In this situation, I say the opposition continued to boycott the Assembly, noted many not responsible for its function opposition and in fact, become laborers of destructiveness that harms the vital interests of the state and the people of Kosovo, damages the historical perspective of our country, after centuries in exile has the opportunity to self-determine their own fate, “said Zogaj.

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