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Bajrami: The draft statute for the Association accepted by Kurti means the undoing of the state

Deputy of the Democratic League of Kosovo, Hykmete Bajrami

Deputy of the Democratic League of Kosovo, Hykmete Bajrami

The deputy of the Democratic League of Kosovo, Hykmete Bajrami, has said that the draft statute of the Association of municipalities with a Serbian majority that Prime Minister Albin Kurti has accepted means the undoing of the state of Kosovo. 

On Wednesday in "Interaktiv" of KTV, Bajrami said that the Democratic League of Kosovo will not accept this draft statute of the Association through which the autonomy of Kosovo would be implemented. 

"We would like the dialogue to continue according to the platform which was agreed by the mediators in the Hoti Government and also accepted by Serbia. We will not implement autonomy because the draft statute of the Association that Mr. Kurti has accepted means the undoing of the state of Kosovo. The LDK pledges to the international community to implement the pledges according to the Constitution of the Republic of Kosovo. It is necessary to return the reliability and credibility of the institutions of the Republic of Kosovo", she said.

According to Bajrami, Prime Minister Kurti has surrendered de facto, but he must do this de jure as well. 

"What we are asking and insisting on is that he take responsibility. We do not want to exonerate and amnesty him. "Mr. Kurti has realized for a long time that the breast is not pushed with the chest," she said. 

She further said that the representatives of the LDK do not meet with Kurti because they "don't want to be instrumentalized". 

"When it comes to matters of national security, we can even meet with Mr. Kurti, but we can't have dinner for fun, use ourselves and make an agreement with Mr. Kurti so that he can set the date of the elections", he said. deputy of LDK.

While talking about Kosovo's agreement with the Kingdom of Denmark for the placement of Danish prisoners in Gjilan Prison, she said that she is against this agreement as she does not want Kosovo to become a parking lot for housing prisoners.  

"Kosovo should not become a parking lot, a place where we house prisoners. There is a risk of human rights violations. I do not want our buildings to be rented out to prisoners. We have a lot of work to do to rehabilitate our prisoners. I do not want Kosovo to become a destination for prisons", she said.