The Assembly establishes the Investigative Commission for State Reserves
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The Assembly of Kosovo, in today's plenary session, established the Parliamentary Investigative Commission for State Reserves.

69 MPs voted in favor of the establishment of this commission, including the majority, while six MPs abstained.

The chairman of the investigative commission for state reserves will be PDK deputy Rashit Qalaj, KosovaPress reports.

However, in today's session, there were fierce debates between the opposition MPs and those of the government about the need to establish this commission.

After the conclusion of this point, the Speaker of the Assembly of Kosovo, Glauk Konjufca closed the proceedings of the plenary session and announced that the new session that was planned to be held today will be postponed until next week./KosovaPress/

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