Kosovo's citizens are satisfied with Kurti Government, according to the survey

Kosovo's citizens are satisfied with Kurti Government, according to the survey
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 A survey by the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) shows that most citizens in Kosovo are dissatisfied with the country's political course, but are very pleased with the work of the government, the prime minister and the speaker of parliament.

These data are part of the survey called Public Pulse conducted by this program with the support of the American Agency for International Development and included 1,305 citizens in all municipalities of Kosovo.

The report says that there is an increase in the satisfaction of the citizens with the work of the institutions, especially the government and the parliament. This rate is the highest recorded since 2010.

"60.7 percent of the surveyed citizens expressed satisfaction with the executive, an increase of 46.3 percent from the November 2019 survey when it was 14.4 percent. Meanwhile, the level of satisfaction recorded with the work of the Prime Minister is 65.4 percent compared to 20.7 percent in November 2019, while the work of the Speaker of Parliament has reached the value of a record 72.4 percent compared to 20.5 percent registered in November 2019”, the report states.

According to the report, 33.6 percent of respondents would be willing to protest for political reasons.

The UNDP survey, which primarily aims to reflect citizens' views on the situation in the country, also highlights that citizens have listed unemployment, corruption, and poverty as the three main issues affecting their well-being.

The report says that more than 62.8 percent of surveyed citizens are dissatisfied or very dissatisfied with the current political direction of Kosovo, an increase of 12.7 percentage points compared to six months ago.

The poll was conducted in April, when Kosovo had already the government, as on March 25, the was approved the no-confidence motion submitted by the Democratic League of Kosovo to overthrow the Government of its coalition with the Vetëvendosje.

On Thursday, the Constitutional Court upheld the president's decree mandating a new prime minister, paving the way for the formation of the Democratic League of Kosovo government in coalition with the Alliance for the Future of Kosovo, the Social Democratic Initiative and minority parties.
Kosovo's citizens are satisfied with Kurti Government, according to the survey Kosovo's citizens are satisfied with Kurti Government, according to the survey Sunday, May 31, 2020 Rating: 5
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