Kosovo Assembly will resume their meetings on Thursday after a long break due to electoral campaigning for local elections. The new plenary session will be held this Thursday at 10:00.
The Assembly’s presidency held a meeting on Monday and reached an agreement on the agenda of the next plenary session. MPs are expected to discuss 23 points of the agenda.
The Assembly of Kosovo since the amendment of its constitution in September has held only four sessions, with MPs almost neglecting their work during the electoral campaign for mayoral and municipal councillors’ election.
The Speaker of Assembly Kadri Veseli during the meeting said that chiefs of caucuses asked for the session to be suspended while the parties were campaigning for the local elections.
Kosovo held mayoral runoffs in 19 out of 38 municipalities on Sunday concluding the election process. During Thursday’s session MPs are expected to review many draft laws, including Draft-Law on amending/supplementing the Law on Religious Freedom in Kosovo, Draft-Law on capital of Kosovo/Pristina, and Draft-Law on amending/supplementing Law on President of Kosovo.