Opposition parties in Kosovo objected to laws proposed by the government and approved by Parliament, and referred four of the laws to the Constitutional Court for consideration.
The three opposition parties in parliament, the Democratic Party of Kosovo (PDK), the Democratic League of Kosovo (LDK) and the Alliance for the Future of Kosovo (AAK) party, continue to oppose the decisions and laws passed by the Kurti government.
However, four of the recently passed laws have been passed in Parliament by the Constitutional Court.
There are four laws currently under review in the Constitutional Court of Kosovo.
A spokesman for the Constitutional Court of Kosovo, Viton Dola, confirmed that the LDK had sent two bills, one PDK and one AAK each.
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