Opposition Should Respect Constitutional Order
Albanian Daily News
Published March 17, 2016

“Further destabilization of political life in Kosovo in the recent months is evidence of a clear political crisis of the country. On one hand, this is a possibility to prove the maturity of state- formation, which appears through the ability to face crises in a state, on the other hand it is a typical display of democratic life in a new state. Naturally, dialogue would be the best solution but even protests are as democratic as political solutions. However, the important thing is to avoid violence,” underlined Ilir Kulla

The connoisseur of national security affairs, Ilir Kulla has said that dialogue would be the better solution to overcome the political crisis in the Republic of Kosovo. 

In an interview for Epoka e Re last Monday, he called on the majority and opposition to find a common language to solve problems.

“Further destabilization of political life in Kosovo in the recent months is evidence of a clear political crisis of the country. On one hand, this is a possibility to prove the maturity of state- formation, which appears through the ability to face crises in a state, on the other hand it is a typical display of democratic life in a new state. Naturally, dialogue would be the best solution but even protests are as democratic as political solutions. However, the important thing is to avoid violence,” declared Kulla.

He said that at the time being, the recent developments do not harm the image of the state but, according to Kulla, governing institutions should implement the decision of the Constitutional Court, while the opposition should respect constitutional order of the state.

“No, they do not harm the image of the state of Kosovo as long as it doesn’t become anarchy. In Kosovo, there is a decision of the Constitutional Court and governing institutions should implement it, while the opposition should respect the constitutional order of the state,” said Kulla.

He declared that the security situation in the state of Kosovo is a situation of the political crisis and naturally, if there is no political solution then there is a danger of security collapse.

“The situation of security in Kosovo is a situation of political crisis, so even the solution is political. Naturally, is there will be no political solution, then arouses the danger of collapse of political security, but the solution must be political. When I say that the solution must be political I mean that precisely the majority and opposition should find a common language,” estimated Kulla.

Further on, he said that Kosovo needs social- political optimism and panic is not useful. In his view, in these conditions early elections may be an optimal solution.

“I think that the engagement of law enforcement institutions, police and prosecution, aggravates the political climate. I think that the institution of the member of parliament and opposition is sacred in democracy. Moreover, I think that Kosovo now needs social- political optimism and panic is not useful. In these conditions early elections may be an optimal solution,” underlined Ilir Kulla.





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