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13 years since the voting of the Constitution of Kosovo, Hoxhaj accuses Kurti of coming to power with unconstitutional methods

13 years since the voting of the Constitution of Kosovo, Hoxhaj accuses Kurti of

Yesterday marks 13 years, since April 9, 2008, the year when the Constitution of the Republic of Kosovo was approved. Such a day is a day of celebration for Kosovo for the very state-building role it has had. 13 years ago, the assembly approved the highest legal act of the state, based on the document of the former Finnish president, Martti Ahtisaari, according to which Kosovo's independence was declared on February 17, 2008. Meanwhile, the Constitution officially entered into force on 15 June of that year.

Statement of policy

LDK President, Lumir Abdixhiku congratulated the citizens of Kosovo on the occasion of Constitution Day. "Through the Constitution, the citizens of the Republic of Kosovo are guaranteed freedom with equal rights for all, while we, as policy-makers, must have it as a guide for democratic values ??and our guiding principles," said Abdixhiku, while added that on this day especially, but also every other day, we must remember that the Constitution of the Republic of Kosovo is the most important document that preserves and protects the integrity and sovereignty of the Republic and the integrity of citizens. Meanwhile, the chairman of the Alliance for the Future of Kosovo, Haradinaj wrote that 13 years ago through this document Kosovo was sealed as a sovereign, unfinished and unitary country. "This anniversary is marked by counted work and success, but also the challenge to overcome them ", he wrote on Facebook. Special was the definition of the Constitution as the state itself, by the Speaker of the Assembly of Kosovo, Glauk Konjufca. "Being the supreme norm, the Constitution has the primary mission of preserving the basic democratic values, ensuring stability and strengthening justice. As a people, we have traveled for centuries, generation after generation, towards our bloodshed and goals for an independent state. Our journey to reach the present day was difficult and full of pain. "But we never gave up, because we were in our own right, in accordance with the democratic values ??of freedom and independence", said Konjufca. The Constitution has the primary mission of preserving fundamental democratic values, ensuring stability and strengthening justice. As a people, we have traveled for centuries, generation after generation, towards our bloodshed and goals for an independent state. Our journey to reach the present day was difficult and full of pain. "But we never surrendered, because we were in our right, in accordance with the democratic values ??of freedom and independence", said Konjufca. The Constitution has the primary mission of preserving fundamental democratic values, ensuring stability and strengthening justice. As a people, we have traveled for centuries, generation after generation, towards our bloodshed and goals for an independent state. Our journey to reach the present day has been difficult and full of pain. "But we never surrendered, because we were in our right, in accordance with the democratic values ??of freedom and independence", said Konjufca.

criticism

Meanwhile, some have chosen to wish the day marked, commenting on what goes wrong. The President of the Democratic Party of Kosovo, Enver Hoxhaj wished the Constitution Day of Kosovo, but did not miss the opportunity to bite the newly elected government of Kosovo, Kurti 2. "Unfortunately, Kosovo today has a parliamentary majority and a Government which is not not only did she not recognize it, but she constantly denied and fought for its mission and function. "Even this group of people who currently govern the country have come to power by following anti-Constitutional ways and methods and pose a permanent threat to our constitutional order," Hoxhaj wrote in a post made on his personal Facebook profile. One of the main drafters of the Constitution, the professor of Constitutional Law, Arsim Bajrami, was of such an opinion. "If you see the constitutional violations these 13 years, if you see who has violated the Constitution, the main violators are the state itself, state institutions, we have two presidents removed due to the violation of the Constitution, we have dozens of laws repealed, we have dozens of acts governments, annulled prime ministers, we have many acts of municipalities annulled, we even have Supreme Court decisions which the Constitutional Court has declared unconstitutional. So who is violating the constitution, the state and state institutions, the citizens are practically victims here, whenever the state violates the constitution the victims are the citizens, they suffer because the damage is not the leaders themselves, nor the party leaders, so the damage goes to the citizens "with political crisis, lack of economic development, unemployment", he said for KP.