How do you assess the first the first six months of the Kurti Goverenment?


The Self-Determination Movement won a landslide victory in the Kosovo election on February 14, gaining 50.3% of the vote. This was the first time since the declaration of independence in 2008 that a political party exceeded the 50% threshold and was able to form a government without the need for a coalition partner.

Democracy for Development (D4D) Institute conducted a citizens’ survey in September to understand their assessment of the first six months of the Kurti government. This infographic is created by the D4D Institute as part of the project “Track 2 to Europeanization: A partnership approach,” supported by the Open Society Foundations.


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