The two winning parties in Kosovo have reached an agreement on the principles of co-governance, which are expected to be further explained next week.
Following the first coordination meeting, the representative of the “Vetëvendosja” Movement, Glauk Konjufca, announced that the discussions with their Democratic League colleagues were focused on reforms and preparing for the new executive.
The October 6th preliminary results show that the (1) “Vetëvendosja” Party was the party with the most votes with 25.5 per cent, (2) followed by the Democratic League of Kosovo (LDK) with 24.8 per cent, (3)the PDK with 21.2 per cent, (4) the AAK-PSD with 11.5 per cent of the votes and the (5) “Initiative”-AKR party very close to the 5 percent threshold.
The “Serbian List”, which received more than 6.6% of the vote, achieved high results this time around.
As for the appealed polling stations, the counting process will be completed next week according to coordinator, Burim Ahmetaj.
Meanwhile, as votes from the Diaspora are still being counted, the Serbian President, Aleksandar Vučić has sent a letter to the European Union regarding the allegations by Kosovo that some of the boxes of envelopes arriving from Serbia were sprayed with poisonous substances and caused some allergic reactions to the CEC workers.
Spokeswoman, Maja Kocijančić, responded on Friday that the European Union is awaiting the results by forensic experts.