Assembly to hold session this week

The chairmanship of the Kosovo Assembly decided to call a session on Thursday. 

Head of the Democratic League of Kosovo (LDK) parliamentary group, Arben Gashi, said after the meeting of the chairmanship that the party will be looking into the possibility of launching procedures that would lead to the Assembly dismissing the board of the Energy Regulatory Office citing “incapability in managing the energy crisis”. 

Armend Muja from the Vetevendosje Movement (LVV) said the request to dismiss the ERO board is “illogical” as there is no final court verdict on the tariffs. He accused the opposition parties of trying to instigate an ‘energy collapse’ in Kosovo. “The opposition should bear in mind that these attempts to block the solutions to a problem that dates back to the time when they were in power are reckless”. 

Abelard Tahiri, head of the Democratic Party of Kosovo (PDK) parliamentary group, said that the court ruling in suspending the new energy tariffs, proposed by the Energy Regulatory Office (ERO), is clear and that the relevant institutions should uphold it.