The political crisis continued to prevail in the public discourse in 2016. The lack of implementation of the June/July (Przhino) Agreement by four biggest political parties led to postponing the early parliamentary elections and a new Agreement Przhino2 in July 2016, facilitated by representatives of the International Community. The latter foresaw postponement of the election date for the second time (the new date is set for December 11, 2016).The early parliamentary elections of December 11, with a tight outcome have led to ongoing negotiations by political parties for forming a new government, focused on two issues: support to the Special Public Prosecutor and the use of language of the Albanian community.