Kosovo gets a new government that wants to break with corruption and mismanagement. The KLA’s successor parties lose power.
A new era begins – election winners announce: inside like to be reflexive. In the case of Kosovo, however, the government formation that has now been completed actually means a new beginning. This is mainly due to Albin Kurti, who, as a student leader and leader, promoted the independence of Kosovo, and Vjosa Osmani, the first top candidate of a Kosovar party. The parties Vetëvendosje and the Democratic League Kosovo (LDK) presented their coalition agreement four months after the parliamentary election and had it approved by parliament.
The Kosovar: Inside, they were longing for this moment. You can hardly wait until your new beginning finally begins. A new beginning also because the new government will replace the previous power elite, the so-called war coalition – consisting of those parties that emerged from the paramilitary liberation organization UÇK after the end of the war in 1999 and that had ruled Kosovo since independence in 2008. They rode the war-torn country even deeper into corruption and mismanagement. Kurti and Osmani have declared war on precisely these machinations.