Pristina, 19 October 2016/Independent Balkan News Agency
By Elton Tota
Speaker of the Parliament of Kosovo, Kadri Veseli has commented the decision of the Serb List to leave the institutions of Kosovo after the approval of the bill on Trepca.
Veseli said that the representatives of the List will soon return to parliament and that they have no reason for boycott.
Veseli made this declaration during a meeting that he had today with the deputy mayor of Leposavic, Mihret Salkovic.
MPs of the Serb List, the main political party of the Serb community in Kosovo, delivered on Tuesday the motion to evaluate the constitutionality of the bill for strategic investments approved by parliament of Kosovo on 11 October to the Constitutional Court.
MPs of this list have considered this bill, which allows the government more responsibility to engage in talks with foreign or domestic investors for the sources of Kosovo as unacceptable.
This is the second time within a week that Serb MPs address to the Constitutional Court. On 13 October, they addressed to the Constitutional Court for the evaluation of the constitutionality of the bill approved by the parliament of Kosovo regarding the Trepca plant. /balkaneu.com/