The first constituent session of the parliament of the self-proclaimed “Kosovo” failed to take place for the fourth time in a row due to lack of quorum.
The PAN coalition, consisting of military commanders of the nineties, does not come to the meetings.
Thus, the self-proclaimed republic has not had a permanent power for three months already. On May 10, the parliament was dissolved after a vote of no confidence against the backdrop of a dispute over the demarcation of the border with Montenegro. Extraordinary elections were held on June 11, and the first attempt to hold the meeting was on August 3.