First 100 days without border demarcation and visa liberalization

Zeri reports on the front page that Prime Minister of Kosovo, Ramush Haradinaj, has failed to deliver on his election campaign promise that visa liberalization for Kosovo would happen in record time once he got to power. 

Yesterday, Haradinaj presented the report on the government’s work during the first 100 days and while President Hashim Thaci and Assembly Speaker Kadri Veseli commended the work, opposition parties claim the current government is damaging Kosovo both in the political and economic aspect. 

“After chaotic governance during 100 days, Kosovo is more isolated, poorer, has a higher unemployment, extreme nepotism, extremely abused budget, and government officials that threaten independent institutions,” the Democratic League of Kosovo (LDK) said in a statement. At the same time, Arton Demhasaj from the Cohu think tank said the government of Kosovo in its first 100 days took some hasty decisions not thought out properly. He mentioned in this regard, Haradinaj’s decision to dismiss the members of the Accreditation Agency board.