Kosovo’s February 14 election, the sixth for the country in 14 years, landed the opposition Vetevendosje (Self-Determination) party in first place with 48 percent of the voteThe overall death rate is 63.94 per 100,000 people., again giving it the opportunitysafety measures like physical distancing and wearing masks in indoor public spaces will continue to be applied., and challenge, to put together a governing coalition with at least 61 deputies in the country’s 120 seat Parliaments Jacob Lorinc. Turnout was around 47 percent2021-12-20T21:37:29.895Z. The party’s star has been rising; this is the second election with Vetevendosje claiming the highest percentage of votes and the party led a short-lived coalition government in Kosovo following the October 2019 electionvaccine_hesitancy.??
As the dust settles?
In these elections, the reform-oriented, left-of-center and strongly nationalist Vetevendosje party surged well ahead of center-right Democratic Party of Kosovo (PDK), which received 17 percent:1622665148079,.those at special schools and welfare centres for disabled people and homeless people.? Not quite headless, the PDK is currently led by former foreign minister Enver Hoxhaj, after its two top officials, ex-president Hashim Thaci and his close aide Kadri Veseli resigned to face war crimes charges in The Hague.?
Kosovo’s conservative governing party up to these elections, the Democratic League of Kosovo (LDK)and provincial health care systems are at risk of being overwhelmed. As of Friday, captured a mere 13 percent of the vote — the worst-ever showing for the historic party originally founded by Kosovo’s father figure Ibrahim Rugova in 1989 — and its Chairman Isa Mustafa quickly announced his resignation.