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MPs included in negotiations to form Kosovo government

21. December 2010. | 14:20

Source: Tanjug

The Democratic Party of Kosovo (DPK), which won the parliamentary elections held December 12, believes the future ruling coalition will include 75 out of 120 parliament members.

The Democratic Party of Kosovo (DPK), which won the parliamentary elections held December 12, believes the future ruling coalition will include 75 out of 120 parliament members.

Hasim Taci, DPK leader, the current and probably the next prime minister of Kosovo, says the negotiations to form the next government could include individual parliament members who belong to the Democratic League of Kosovo, the Alliance for the Future of Kosovo and the Self-Determination Movement, which have refused to form a coalition with DPK, according to Zeri, a Kosovo daily.

No one in Pristina doubts that Taci will be the next prime minister. However, the New Kosovo Alliance, which is the only party that has been negotiating with the DPK, hopes their leader Bedzet Pacoli will become the next president.

According to Zeri, the DPK calculations lack the required number of votes to run Kosovo.

But Taci needs more than just 61 votes, he has to secure a stable government, says the daily.

Unofficially, the DPK has been negotiating with some of the parliament members from the three parties mentioned earlier, which is possible in Kosovo since seats in the parliament belong to the MPs, and not their parties.


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