Analyst Armend Muja has given his opinion regarding the possible decision of the Constitutional Court.
Muja in “Debat Plus” with Ermal Panduri on RTV Dukagjini said he is convinced that the Constitutional Court tomorrow will issue a statement stating that it has decided on the request of the Self-Determination Movement on whether or not the President has the right to mandate Abdullah Hoti as a candidate for prime minister.
He has said that politicians will come and go, but good constitutional practices must remain.
Analysts say Kosovo needs to clarify some constitutional issues related to the elections.
“The constitution must make it clear whether the latter has the right to form a government. Also, if the constitution stipulates that only the former has the right to form the government, it must give it an advantage so that there are no blockages afterwards.
Muja says that Article 82 of the Constitutional Court does not find that the President has made it constitutional since the term “can” is used. [The President may dissolve the Assembly after a successful no-confidence motion against the government].
However, the analyst says that in Article 95.5, the president has committed procedural violations because the deadline for the first party to send the name of the mandator has not been set.
“I think the procedure will be returned at the beginning. The Constitutional Court also has no right to set deadlines, only the parliament appoints them “, said among others Armend Muja.