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Kairioji reformistų partija, kuriai vadovauja buvęs premjeras Albinas Kurti, laimi Kosovo rinkimus

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Antikorupcijos ir įsitvirtinimo partija „Vetëvendosje“ laimėjo rinkimus Kosove, vykusius blogėjant koronaviruso situacijai šalyje. Kairioji reformistų partija, vadovaujama Albino Kurti, kuris praėjusiais 2019 m. Rinkimais buvo nušalintas nuo ministro pirmininko posto po tik 51 dienos kadencijos, triumfavo penktuosiuose parlamento rinkimuose, nes valstybė 2008 m. Paskelbė nepriklausomybę nuo Serbijos, rašo Markas Armstrongas.

Kurti’s party has been boosted by his alliance with acting President Vjosa Osmani, the dynamic 38-year-old who recently joined his side after leaving the LDK, which won just 13% of the vote. Vetëvendosje – meaning “self-determination” – was way ahead of its competitors with 48%. The election comes after a year in which the coronavirus pandemic has deepened social and economic crises in the country.

Already one of Europe’s poorest economies, Kosovo is now struggling through a pandemic-triggered downturn, with vaccinations yet to start for the population of 1.8 million.”This election was a referendum on justice and employment, against corruption and the capture of state resources,” Albin Kurti said in his victory speech. “This is unprecedented in post-war Kosovo.”

Kosove šeštieji rinkimai per 12 metų atskleidžia didėjančius jaunos tautos skausmus. Albino Kurti šalininkai kaltina tuos, kurie seniai valdė valdžią Kosove, kad sugadino pirmuosius daugiausiai albanų apgyvendintos teritorijos nepriklausomybės metus.

“People are waiting for change, they are waiting for an end to the problems that poison us, such as corruption and nepotism,” Sadik Kelemendi, a doctor, told AFP before voting.

“We must also dedicate ourselves to the fight,” against a virus that has killed more than 1,500 people and fails to overwhelm fragile health services, he added. Vetëvendosje had finished first in the previous two legislative elections but was ousted by coalitions concluded by others. In 2020, the government of Albin Kurti, who spent two years in the jails of former Serbian President Slobodan Milosevic, had held out for about 50 days before being overthrown.

Šį kartą jo judėjimas gali tikėtis sudaryti daugumos vyriausybę, jei jis susivienys su mažumoms atstovaujančiomis partijomis, kurios turi 20 vietų iš 120 parlamente.

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High Representative/Vice President Josep Borrell and Commissioner Olivér Várhelyi said: “Pending the certification of the final results, we look forward to the formation of the new Assembly and government as well as the election of a new president. The European Union has deployed an Electoral Expert Mission (EEM) which will remain in Kosovo to follow the post-electoral procedures as well and issue recommendations.

“The European Union will continue to engage with the authorities, with a view to supporting Kosovo in achieving tangible progress on its European path. This will require Kosovo to advance on reforms, guided by the Stabilization and Association Agreement and the European Reform Agenda, as well as on regional co-operation. Kosovo’s European path also goes through the comprehensive normalization of relations with Serbia and the EU expects the new authorities in Pristina to engage constructively with a view to a continuation of the meetings of the EU-facilitated Dialogue and seize the opportunity in front of them to reach a comprehensive agreement.”

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