- Emotions ran high in Kosovo on Tuesday ahead of a vote on a disputed boundary. An opposition member moved into the parliament building an open bottle of tear gas, while protesters in the capital Pristina with stone throwing.
The mini-state in the Balkans has been ten months plagued by violent protests. Demonstrators and the opposition turn against planned reforms, including amendments to the border with Montenegro. Critics Kosovo thus provide thousands of hectares of land.
Parliament approves, according to local media Thursday as possible all over the boundary. The opposition has threatened to do everything to stop the vote. The parliamentarian who opened the bottle of tear gas, denounced the government,, criminal who betrays the national interest '' as he was taken away in handcuffs by police.
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