Pacolli: Thaci should call on PDK to bring down Hoti’s government

Fitore Pacolli, MP from the Vetevendosje Movement (LVV) called at today’s press conference on President Hashim Thaci to withdraw his signature from the 2015 Agreement on Association for Serb-majority Municipalities. 

She also requested from President Thaci to invite the Democratic Party of Kosovo (PDK) to vote on the motion for bringing down the government.

“We just saw the statement of the President and we reacted on this very point in time,” she said.

She further added that LVV considers the signing of the agreement which includes Kosovo’s moratorium on applying at international organizations, to be harmful and anti-constitutional.  

“This means that Kosovo will set a footnote again. Kosovo will willingly not apply at different organizations, such as the UN, WHO, UNESCO, and to become a member of these organizations, there is no need for lobbying, only work. These pledges risk calling into question the status of Kosovo and this means Kosovo’s surrendering to Serbia… This moratorium also affects NATO, so Kosovo does not have the right to apply for NATO membership,” she said.

Enver Dugolli from LVV also criticized Hoti’s government for claiming that they are working for NATO membership.

“Hoti’s government is not aware that NATO is an international organization,” Dugolli said.