Loading…
You are here:  Home  >  Headlines  >  Current Article

Opposition refuses the international commission for the border demarcation with Montenegro

By   /   16/03/2016  /   Comments Off on Opposition refuses the international commission for the border demarcation with Montenegro

Pristina, 16 March 2016/Independent Balkan News Agency

By Elton Tota

President of Kosovo, Atifete Jahjaga has formed a commission for the border demarcation in an effort to address the concerns raised by the opposition through its acts in parliament and on the street, but opposition parties are not convinced that this may be the right thing to do.

In a joint statement after the creation of the commission, Self Determination, AAK and Incentive have raised their doubts on the constitutionality of the creation of this commission by the head of the state.

“The president must state the article of the Constitution where she bases the creation of the commission. It’s very likely that the creation of such Commission is against the Constitution”, the statement says.

Objecting this commission comprised of an American, a German and a British, opposition parties have referred to a petition with 205 thousand signatures signed in Autumn last year which requires the annulment of the agreement for the border demarcation with Montenegro signed between the former Foreign Minister Hashim Thaci and Interior minister, Skender Hyseni on 26 August in Vienna.

Instead of international experts, the opposition has recommended experts from Kosovo, which according to them, would address the issue of the border demarcation between Kosovo and Montenegro. /ibna/

You might also like...

UK “open to any security arrangement” agreed by Cypriots, says Sir Alan Duncan

Read More →