Assembly of the Republic of Kosovo
8th Legislature
Coat of arms or logo
  • 23 July 1992 (1992-07-23) (de jure)[a]
  • 10 December 2001 (2001-12-10) (de facto)[a]
Glauk Konjufca, LVV
since 22 March 2021
Political groups
Government (64)
  LVV (56)
Opposition (56)
  PDK (18)
  LDK (16)
  Serb List (11)[c]
  AAK (8)
  Independent (2)[d]
  RI (1)[e]
CommitteesVarious by legislature, currently 14[6]
Length of term
Four years
Salary€1,547 monthly[7]
Open party-list proportional representation
First election
Last election
14 February 2021
Next election
On or before 16 February 2025
Meeting place
Assembly Building, Ibrahim Rugova Square, Pristina, Kosovo

The Assembly of the Republic of Kosovo (Albanian: Kuvendi i Republikës së Kosovës; Serbian: Скупштина Републике Косово, romanizedSkupština Republike Kosovo) is the unicameral legislature of the Republic of Kosovo that is directly elected by the people every four years. It was originally established by the United Nations Interim Administration Mission in Kosovo in 2001[8] to provide 'provisional, democratic self-government'. On February 17, 2008, representatives of the people of Kosovo[9] unilaterally declared Kosovo's independence and subsequently adopted the Constitution of Kosovo, which came into effect on 15 June 2008.


The Assembly of the Republic of Kosovo is regulated by the Constitution of Kosovo and has 120 directly elected members; 20 are reserved for national minorities as follows:

Albanian is the official language of the majority, but all languages of minorities such as Serbian, Turkish and Bosnian are used, with simultaneous interpretation.


The Assembly of the Republic of Kosovo in this legislature has a total of fourteen committees,[6] the number of committees varies depending on the legislature.

  1. Committee for Agriculture, Forestry, Rural Development, Infrastructure, Environment, Spatial Planning and Infrastructure
  2. Committee for Budget, Labor and Transfers
  3. Committee for Economy, Industry, Entrepreneurship and Trade
  4. Committee for Education, Science, Technology, Innovation, Culture, Youth and Sports
  5. Committee for European Integration
  6. Committee for Foreign Affairs and Diaspora
  7. Committee for Health and Social Welfare
  8. Committee for Human Rights, Gender Equality, Missing Persons, Victims of War Sexual Violence and Petitions
  9. Committee for Legislation, Mandates, Immunities, Rules of Procedure of the Assembly and Oversight of the Anti-Corruption Agency
  10. Committee for Public Administration, Local Government, Media and Regional Development
  11. Committee for Security and Defense
  12. Committee for the Rights and Interests of Communities and Returns
  13. Oversight Committee of the Kosovo Intelligence Agency
  14. Public Finance Oversight Committee

Most recent election results

Main article: 2021 Kosovan parliamentary election

Democratic Party of Kosovo148,28517.0119–5
Democratic League of Kosovo110,98512.7315–15
Alliance for the Future of Kosovo62,1117.128–5
Serb List44,4075.09100
Social Democratic Initiative21,9972.520–4
Turkish Democratic Party of Kosovo6,4960.7520
Vakat Coalition5,3660.621–1
New Democratic Initiative of Kosovo3,3050.3810
Romani Initiative3,1720.361New
New Democratic Party2,8850.3310
Social Democratic Union2,5490.291New
Egyptian Liberal Party2,4300.280–1
United Community2,2170.250New
Unique Gorani Party2,1610.2510
Ashkali Party for Integration2,1380.2510
Democratic Ashkali Party of Kosovo1,9600.2200
Civic Initiative for Freedom, Justice and Survival1,5080.170New
Our Initiative1,3750.160New
Movement for Integration1,2610.140New
Innovative Turkish Movement Party1,2430.140New
Progressive Movement of Kosovar Roma1,2080.141New
United Roma Party of Kosovo1,0740.120–1
Coalition Together (GIG–PG)1,0100.1200
Kosovar New Romani Party6000.0700
Serbian Democratic Alliance4760.050New
Albanian National Front Party1550.020New
Valid votes871,79696.38
Invalid/blank votes32,7563.62
Total votes904,552100.00
Registered voters/turnout1,851,92748.84
Source: CEC, CEC, CEC

Assembly building

The Assembly Building is located at Ibrahim Rugova Square in Pristina, the capital city of Kosovo.[11] The building, which dates from the 1950s, underwent an extensive refurbishment in 2004 which included the complete redesign of the plenary chamber.[12]


  1. ^ a b The date of establishment coincides with the date of the assembly first session.
  2. ^ As the parliamentary leader of the multiethnic group.
  3. ^ a b At the moment when the government was voted, even though they were part of it, they voted against it.[1] On 7 November 2022, during 2022 North Kosovo crisis, all Serb List MPs resigned,[2] but ten days after resignation they decided to return to the Assembly with other new MPs.[3]
  4. ^ Vetëvendosje MPs, Haki Abazi[4] and Fatmir Humolli[5] have left Vetëvendosje due to dissatisfaction with their party.
  5. ^ Romani Initiative MP is recognized by the assembly as MP without parliamentary group, since a minimum of six MPs is needed to create a parliamentary group.


  1. ^ "Lista Serbe nuk mbështet Qeverinë Kurti 2, paralajmëron ankesë në Kushtetuese" [Serb List does not support the Second Kurti Government, warns of a complaint to the Constitutional Court] (in Albanian). Telegrafi. 22 March 2021.
  2. ^ "Lista Serbe dorëzon mandatet e deputetëve në Kuvendin e Kosovës" [Serb List hands over the MPs mandates to the Assembly of Kosovo] (in Albanian). Telegrafi. 7 November 2022.
  3. ^ "Pa paralajmërim, Lista Serbe kthehet në Kuvend – këta janë deputetët e rinj" [Without warning, Serb List returns to the Assembly – these are the new MPs] (in Albanian). Telegrafi. 17 November 2022.
  4. ^ "Deputeti Haki Abazi largohet nga Vetëvendosje: Kurti pranoi 'Zajednicën' në mënyrë të pasinqertë" [Deputy Haki Abazi leaves Vetëvendosje: Kurti accepted 'Zajednica' in a dishonest way] (in Albanian). Telegrafi. 28 February 2023.
  5. ^ "Humolli mban fjalën, braktis Grupin Parlamentar të LVV-së dhe ulet i vetëm si deputet i pavarur" [Humolli keeps his word, abandons the LVV Parliamentary Group and sits alone as an independent deputy] (in Albanian). Telegrafi. 22 March 2023.
  6. ^ a b "Komisionet" [Committee] (in Albanian). Assembly of the Republic of Kosovo. Retrieved 8 July 2021.
  7. ^ "Deputetët, punë pak e paga shumë" [Deputies, little work and high salary] (in Albanian). Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty. 8 May 2020.
  8. ^ "Constitutional Framework for Provisional Self-Government" (PDF). United Nations Interim Administration Mission in Kosovo. 2001-05-15. Archived from the original (PDF) on 2019-05-10. Retrieved 2021-03-23.
  9. ^ Accordance with International Law of the Unilateral Declaration of Independence in Respect of Kosovo, Advisory Opinion, I.C.J. Reports 2010, p. 403. ISBN 978-92-1-071107-4
  10. ^ "Roli dhe kompetencat e Kuvendit". Kuvendi i Kosovës (in Albanian). Archived from the original on 2019-10-17. Retrieved 2021-03-23.
  11. ^
  12. ^ "Kuvendi i Kosovës mbush sot 20 vjet, pamje të rralla ndër vite [foto]". 11 December 2021.

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