Hoxhaj: LVV to make serious invitation to bring down government
Enver Hoxhaj, acting leader of the Democratic Party of Kosovo (PDK), said the Vetevendosje Movement (LVV) should make a serious invitation to his party if it wants to bring to a successful conclusion a motion of no confidence against the Avdullah Hoti-led government.
Speaking to reporters after a meeting with trade union representatives, Hoxhaj said: “If Vetevendosje is interested to end this government, they need to make us a serious invitation. They are the ones that launched the motion, let them make the call to meet up. If the PDK had initiated the motion, it would invite Vetevendosje. Our position is crystal clear.”
On the issue of the future president of Kosovo, Hoxhaj said they are ready to discuss it but only if a meeting is called by the leader of the Democratic League of Kosovo (LDK) Isa Mustafa and not Prime Minister Avdullah Hoti.
“Only Mr. Mustafa is a partner for us, we are the opposition, they are the government. Our approach is clear, we don’t want the country to remain without a head of state, we want Kosovo to have a president and we are ready to give our votes but the president should be selected by the Democratic Party of Kosovo.”