The leader of the Democratic League of Kosovo (LDK) Lumir Abdixhiku has criticized the work of the 100-day government, saying that this is one of the most depressing beginnings that Kosovo has ever had.
He said in a Facebook post that the Kurti Government is turning 100 days old, without any results and without any sign that is remembered.
“Words full, pictures full, deeds nowhere – this must be one of the most depressing beginnings Kosovo has ever had. The great expectations for change were really faced with change – not of the deep problems of our country, but of those who hold other chairs today. It took them 100 days to see that they are no different! In power, the indictments of the rulers became irrelevant anymore. In the morning in the courtroom, in the afternoon in the Assembly and the Government – in the lecture on the strong state and the just state for all “, writes Abdixhiku.
The 100-day of the Government that is not, is not seen, does not do!
The Kurti government is filling 100 days, without any results and without any sign that is remembered. Words full, pictures full, works nowhere – this must be one of the most depressing beginnings Kosovo has ever had.
The great expectations for change were really faced with change – not of the deep problems of our country, but of those who hold other chairs today. It took them 100 days to see that they are no different! In power, the indictments of the rulers became irrelevant anymore. Morning in the courtroom, afternoon in the Assembly and Government – in the lecture on the strong state and the just state for all.
‘Cousins for weddings’, meanwhile, became professionals among the best. The Post, Telecom and Water Boards filled the first with their relatives. Other companies expect the same fate. Citizens’ votes, family boards – this is the new slogan. Pronto 2 in replay. The catch goes on except the catch changes!
In 100 days Zajednica became an Association, and the National Union impossible. Dialogue has taken away forgiveness, negotiations self-determination, reciprocity the universal right – reciprocity is now said to be no longer the best solution. ‘No more electricity for the north’ became another 11 million; border police change payer but no payment; social equality became a return to alms pensions; the minimum wage was completely minimized. Recovery became closure; closing elections in Lezha; waiting chaos here, environmental protests there. On paper vaccines abound, but vaccines still none. The latest in Europe; ten times less than any country in the region. We are achieving collective immunity before mass vaccination; and they have called this success.
While the prime minister is in purity from power and in transformation from power, his ministers as a thing nowhere; as you see nowhere. An army of badihavgjins in these 100 days. The few that are seen, produce a scandal or two – collision inside, gas of the outside world. For the sake of every failure they still keep the past 20 years – they forget that they were chosen for the years ahead. The past is over; the future cannot begin.
And while we count with symbols and letter initiatives, vain laws, and recapture boards; countries in the region are designing ports and airports, gas lines and infrastructure projects, hospitals, stadiums and schools – they hold great ideas because they dream a lot. Our government lacks both dreams and ideas. They have them all but everything they give is from one complaint for each failure.
Understanding governance incompetence may take time, but it will happen. The breath will fall because the dry can not last long. Populism has this. Flet po s’jep. It makes noise but does not develop. Stop but do not start. Ankon! Therefore as such it ends fast. Its end begins in the October local elections. We have heard. We heard you well. We are not infallible but we are trying. That is why we are rising; firmly and in safe steps. Those who took them all neither see nor hear you; have their family members for this. They do not because they do not know. As municipalities have governed, so are the Government. In October we will give the first answer to this dual disability.