Konjufca implies LVV will seek opinion from Venice Commission

Vetevendosje deputy leader Glauk Konjufca said in a debate on Klan Kosova on Thursday that Vetevendosje will seek an opinion from the Venice Commission too on the constitutionality of President Thaci’s decree giving LDK’s candidate Avdullah Hoti the mandate to form a new government.

“After the Constitutional Court, a decision will be made by another institution, the Venice Commission, and we are fortunately a member state. This is where we will see our arguments,” he said.
Konjufca said Vetevendosje wants new parliamentary elections and that they could be organized in two or three months. “Elections cannot be organized any sooner. They could be held in two or three months because the region is going to elections, too. Montenegro will hold elections in September,” Konjufca said.
 

Speaking to Klan Kosova, Konufca said the court decision will cause a citizen revolt which he said is natural.
"From now on in Kosovo, a political system is taking shape whereby if you have not won 51 percent of the votes, you haven't won anything. Anything less than 51 percent of the votes guarantees the coalition partner the power to overthrow you at any given time and reach agreement in 25 minutes with opposition parties," he said.