Igor Simic, the head of the Serb List deputy club in Kosovo's Parliament accused on Wednesday the Government of not respecting the coalition agreement and suggested his party would 'most probably' support the Prime Minister Avdulah Hoti's cabinet ouster.
"The Serb List (the party supported by Belgrade), its MPs haven't taken part in today's Parliament session and will not participate in future because the coalition agreement is not honoured," Simic said.
He added that his party "constructively demonstrated many times its commitment to work in the interest of all citizens… But, I believe they should respect us as a partner, and we demand the agreement to be honoured. We seriously consider leaving the Government because of the way we are treated."
The Serb List's absence from the Parliament session lead to the lack of quorum, and thus the extraordinary meeting on a Law on Economic Recovery could not be held.
"We tried to hold the extraordinary session with the second reading of the Law, but it was not possible due to obstruction by some coalition partners and the opposition... I demand that all Kosovo deputies come and fulfil their duty," Arben Gashi, the head of the Democratic League of Kosovo (LDK) parliament group, said.