Kosovo government falls after no-confidence vote

Kosovo’s government lost a no-confidence vote on Wednesday, setting the scene for a snap parliamentary election next month.

Seventy-eight MPs in the 120-seat parliament voted to dismiss Prime Minister Isa Mustafa’s cabinet, which the opposition had accused of failing to meet its campaign pledges and creating public distrust.

It comes after months of political deadlock over a border demarcation deal that critics say would cause the tiny Balkan country to lose territory to neighbouring Montenegr…
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