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Kosovo Assembly deputies approved the Public Servants Bill on Thursday with 58 votes in favour, with 4 abstentions.

Parliament Speaker Glauc Konjovka, from the ranks of the Vitevendosih movement, abstained from voting on the aforementioned law.

Opposition parties PDK, LDK and AAK opposed the Public Servants Bill, defending the view that the law is harmful and dangerous to public administration.

Opposition parties voted to live in the ballot.

Regarding the Public Servants Law, the European Union also expressed its reaction today, expressing its concerns about some provisions of this law that are vital to integration into the European Union, the functioning of institutions and the provision of services to the people. Kosovo. Financial support for reforms in the public sphere in Kosovo The EU stated that it had several times, in collaboration with the OBEZH/SIGMA expert group, provided opinions on a draft public servants law and a draft to help Kosovo move forward on the path of EU integration in this sphere of reform.

The EU regrets that the Kosovo Assembly passed the law on Thursday, ignoring comments from the EU and OBZHE/SIGMA, as well as references to the Stabilization and Association Agreement:

“The new law for civil servants is problematic in ensuring merit,” said the EU.

Kosovaport

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