Kosovo's government lost a vote of confidence in parliament on Wednesday afternoon, triggering early elections in the former Yugoslav territory, which has struggled to resolve contested borders and agree on political arrangements for its Serb minority.
Political deadlock over a border demarcation agreement with Montenegro has led to the downfall of Kosovo's coalition government.
Kosovo's ruling coalition had been strained by growing discord between its two main parties, Thaci's centre-right PDK and the conservative LDK of Prime Minister Isa Mustafa.
The PDK eventually supported the rest of the opposition in their wish for early parliamentary elections, before their scheduled date next year.
Following the vote, President Hashim Thaci dissolved parliament.
The debate before the vote clearly showed the two governing partners were not getting along.
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MPs from the Democratic Party of Kosovo (PDK) - the coalition partner of Mustafa's Democratic League of Kosovo (LDK) - sided with the opposition to vote in favour of the motion.
They are now expecting for the decision of Kosovo's President, Hashim Thaci, to convene elections and arrange the interim nature of the executive, which should be done within 10 days from today.
Parliament approved with 78 votes pro the government's no-confidence motion against the government of the Republic of Kosovo, ATA reports. The Democratic Party of Kosovo of Speaker Kadri Veseli now has the most members in parliament. Speaker Veseli posted a tweet on Wednesday afternoon saying Kosovo needs a new beginning and the no-confidence vote would "open exciting new chapters of our history".
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Montenegro recognised Kosovo's independence in 2008, much to the anger of Serbia, and of the Serbian community in Montenegro.
The three parties now in opposition, together with the LDK, initially tried to form a government and force out the PDK, which has been in power since Kosovo gained its independence from Serbia in 2008.