The lack of sufficient number of deputies to participate in the work of the plenary session of the Parliament of Kosovo is the biggest obstacle to the approval of bills.
This situation, which has been repeated, was repeated at the plenary meeting of the Kosovo Assembly today.
The Attorney General’s Bill, which was put to a vote at the session, was not approved due to the insufficient number of deputies.
In the General Assembly, it was not possible to achieve a majority in the vote on the amendments to be made in the State Attorney’s Office bill. Only 50 deputies participated in the vote. The session continued without a quorum for the other bills.
Drayton Selmanaj, deputy of the Legislative Committee, said 34 amendments have been made to the State Attorney General’s bill.
“As a working group, we have handled it carefully and have included all interest groups in the preparation of this bill. Some amendments have been published which have received the full approval of all relevant actors. Salmanaj, on behalf of the Commission, I am requesting the MPs to vote on this bill.”
However, there was not a sufficient majority to vote on the amendments.
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