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Hoxhaj: We will remain in the oppisition

Democratic Party of Kosovo (PDK) deputy leader Enver Hoxhaj said in an interview with RTK on Tuesday that this party will remain in the opposition.

“We are looking into the 12 years of our governance and what affected our position, even though the difference with the other political parties in the October 6 elections was small,” he said.

“The PDK is using this time to come out with new initiatives, but because of the pandemic we were not able to present our ideas for education, healthcare, and the environment.”

Asked to assess the work of the previous government led by Vetevendosje leader Albin Kurti and the current government led by LDK’s Avdullah Hoti, Hoxhaj argued that Kurti’s government damaged Kosovo’s relations with its international allies and that the Hoti-led government is lame.

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