Police intervenes in PSD activity, arrests four members
Kosovo Police has intervened in an action of the Social Democratic Party (PSD) after the activists of this party threw red paint in the direction of the government building, to oppose the approval of the recommendations of the Committee on Economy, for the allocation of 11 million euros to KOSTT.
The police threw tear gas in their direction and arrested four PSD members. Meanwhile, PSD chairman Dardan Molliqaj, before the action started, said that the government is supporting organized crime in the north of the country, by allocating funds for KOSTT where electricity costs will be covered for Serbs.
“For large financial losses what we have demonstrated here is that all that dramatic campaign for their populist needs has fallen because with a decision of the Assembly and the government we have paid 11 million euros from the Kosovo budget to the north. Firstly, the standard of those who live in the north is twice as high as those in the south, and the second point is organized crime is being committed in the north.”
The moment Kurti accepted to work on resuming the dialogue, everything will flow in the same manner as with previous governments because it has chosen the same path. Even that bloodshed no longer makes sense. Vetevendosje has changed before coming to power and this has been the point that divided us. We have considered Donika Gërvalla’s statements unacceptable and we have constantly talked about her being intolerant of the KLA,” Molliqaj said.