According to a poll on polling day, the left-wing national self-determination party (Vetevendosje) won more than 40 percent of the vote on Sunday in the early parliamentary elections in Kosovo, Kosovo Klan TV reported on its website.
According to a poll on polling day, 41.8 percent of voters voted in favor of self-determination, which is enough for 52 seats in Pristina’s 120-member legislature, an MTI reporter in Belgrade wrote.
In second place came the Democratic Kosovo Party, which was distinguished by the name of Head of State Hashim Thaci, with 16.5% of the vote, and representing twenty seats.
The third was the Democratic Alliance of Kosovo (LDK), led by former Prime Minister Issa Mustafa, with 15.2 percent (19 seats), followed by former Prime Minister Ramush Haradinaj’s Party for the Future of Kosovo (AAK) and the coalition partners with 7.2. Percent (9 seats). National minorities have guaranteed 20 seats in Parliament.
If the opinion poll data released by the Klan of Kosovo reflect real results, then self-determination must find partners in order to form a government. Having previously stated emphatically that Albin Corti, the prime minister’s nominated candidate for self-determination, did not want to form an alliance with the PDK, Belgrade-backed Serbs were excluded as coalition partners and were disillusioned with other Albanian parties during his less than 50 years in power. A government that may enter into a coalition with other minorities to obtain a parliamentary majority.
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