Vetevendosje leader Albin Kurti said he would back the opposition coalition that wants to form a government instead of outgoing premier Hashim Thaci’s Democratic Party of Kosovo, which won most votes at the recent elections, but only under certain conditions.
“This is because bad governance should not continue,” Vetevendosje Movement spokesperson Erzen Vraniqi told BIRN.
Three opposition parties in Kosovo are in talks to form a broad coalition which would replace the current Prime Minister Hashim Thaci.
Thaci's Democratic Party of Kosovo (PDK) won Sunday's early parliamentary elections with 30% of the vote, but would need support of smaller parties in order to form a government.
Reports: Haradinaj to be new Kosovo PM
PRIŠTINA -- According to media reports, the new prime minister of Kosovo will be Ramush Haradinaj, leader of the Alliance for the Future of Kosovo.
This came after opposition parties managed to reach an agreement in the wake of Sunday's early elections for the assembly in Priština.
Agim Veliu, from the Democratic League of Kosovo, said the LDK, Ramush Haradinaј’s Alliance for the Future of Kosovo, AAK, and Fatmir Limaj’s Nisma per Kosoven [Initiative for Kosovo] had agreed to unite to form a new government in Kosovo.