Opposition throws teargas in Kosovo parliament

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An opposition MP, Albin Kurti, threw teargas in the Kosovo parliament chamber on October 8 to try to prevent the voting on laws on the day’s agenda.

IBNA learns that two majority MPs, Flora Brovina and Blerta Deliu, were given medical assistance as a result of the teargas.

However, even in these extraordinary circumstances, majority MPs managed to hold today’s parliamentary session.

The opposition in Kosovo was attempting to block parliamentary proceedings because it does not agree with the agreement that the government of Kosovo has signed with that of Serbia in Brussels on the creation of the Association of Serb Communes.

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