The Constitutional Court of Kosovo on Thursday ruled that President Hashim Thaci did not make an unconstitutional decision when he gave a mandate to a new prime minister to form a new administration without holding fresh elections.
He took this action after the outgoing ruling party, Vetevendosje, did not nominate anyone for the role.
Kosovo is awaiting nervously a Constitutional Court ruling which should determine whether Kosovars will get a new government or go to early elections following a vote of no confidence in the outgoing government of Prime Minister Albin Kurti. While Kurti's Vetevendosje insists on early elections, almost all other parties are opposed to this.
Kosovo's incumbent Prime Minister, Albin Kurti, on Tuesday night condemned a death threat he said he had received from a phantom organisation called the "Albanian Volunteers' Guard", as the country edges close to the Constitutional Court ruling on his request to annul President Hashim Thaci's decree mandating Avdullah Hoti to form a new government.
Kosovo Prime Minister Albin Kurti thanked Turkey for delivering medical supplies to his country amid the novel coronavirus pandemic, the prime minister's office said on April 30.
In a statement, the office said Kurti received Turkish Ambassador to Kosovo Çağrı Sakar and they discussed the latest developments in the fight against COVID-19.