Although the result of the parliamentary elections in Kosovo has not yet been formalized, in all probability Albin Kurti will be the new Kosovar prime minister.
His party, in fact, the 'Vetëvendosje Movement' was ranked as the country's first political force in the parliamentary elections of last 6 October; victory that Albin Kurti has decided to celebrate also in Albania, in Tirana.
The headquarters of 'Vetëvendosje' in Tirana - inaugurated last April - announced that Albin Kurti will be present in the Albanian capital on Sunday 20 October, at 19: 00 near the "Pedonalja" in the center, where he will give a speech in front of those present .
The press release
"The center of the 'Vetëvendosje' movement invites you to join Tirana on a festive evening organized by us to celebrate the victory of the 'Vetëvendosje' movement in Kosovo. For the occasion, the special guest will be the next prime minister of Kosovo, Albin Kurti, who will also give a speech.
We look forward to seeing you on Sunday 20 October, at 19: 00, in the Bar "Kinema Millenium" near the "Pedonalja" in the center of Tirana."- reads the release.
'Vetëvendosje' was founded as a street movement in the 2005 in order to oppose any international involvement in the internal affairs of the Kosovo.
It later became a real political party, becoming an important force in the Kosovo parliamentary elections in the 2017, receiving the 27% of popular consent. The party, led by Albin Kurti, has long opposed the dialogue with Serbia on the normalization of relations and has promised to hold a referendum on the unification of Albania in the event of a government takeover.
With the 25,59% (data not yet official) he triumphed in the last parliamentary elections anticipated in Kosovo. Thanks to the result achieved, his party will have the task of forming the new government which, as usual in Kosovo for lack of majority, will be of coalition.
At the head of the country, therefore, there will also be the Democratic League of Kosovo (LDK, second political force in the elections): the two parties that until a few weeks ago were members of the opposition.