The meeting of the Investigative Committee for reserves fails
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It has failed to hold the meeting of the Parliamentary Investigative Committee regarding the procedures for the supply and management of state reserves, the possible misuse and abuse of state reserves through the qualification of the procedure as a state secret for such supplies.

This is due to the release of the hall by the MPs of the position, who refused to continue the meeting due to the absence of the MP from the Democratic League of Kosovo, Doarsa Kica-Xhelili.

The opposition has criticized the position due to the continuous reasons not to participate in the Committee, while the authorities have continued to deny this, saying they are ready to contribute to reveal the truth about the state reserves but they requested that the participants in the meeting be MPs from the LDK.

The deputy from the Vetëvendosje Movement, Halil Thaçi, who left the room, explained it with the absence of MP Kica in this committee.

The deputy from LDK, Valentina Rexhepi-Bunjaku, commenting on the statement of deputy Thaçi, said that this investigative committee was not initiated in personal names of MPs, but in the name of the party, while he added that the position is constantly trying to find reasons not to continue this meeting.

The MP from the Vetëvendosje Movement, Driton Hyseni, also explained the departure of MP Thaçi, who said that they are ready to deal with this issue, but not according to the "pleasures of the opposition MPs".

The MP from the ruling party, Sali Zyba, said that the meeting was poorly organized.

MP from the Alliance for the Future of Kosovo, Pal Lekaj, has asked the MPs to move forward with the discussions and not to turn back with different justifications.

Meanwhile, the MP from the Democratic Party of Kosovo, Rashit Qalaj, has insisted that the meeting be held.

For this reason, MP Hyseni said that the parliamentary investigative committee should deal with a matter in substance, which is the same as the one that is being investigated by the State Prosecutor's Office.

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