The leader of the Democratic League of Kosovo (LDK), Isa Mustafa, took a harsh stance against acting President Vjosa Osmani after her recent comments on the Central Election Commission (CEC).
CEC refused to certify several political parties, including Self-Determination (VV) and the Alliance for the Future of Kosovo (AAK), after they had included in their electoral lists names of candidates convicted in the past three years.
Vjosa Osmani opposed CEC’s ruling and called it “unacceptable”.
In a Facebook post, Mustafa reiterated that Osmani, “under the cloak of the acting president” is committing “abuses” for political gains at the Self-Determination Movement.
According to Mustafa, the way the acting president addressed the Central Election Commission is “completely irresponsible”.
“It is unacceptable and shameful for a president to threaten independent institutions”, Mustafa said. “With this attitude, she doesn’t even deserve another hour at the Presidency”.
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