An anti-corruption and anti-establishment party, Vetëvendosje, has won the election in Kosovo, held amid the worsening coronavirus situation in the country.
The country's constitutional court ruled that fresh elections were needed after invaliding the current government installed in June. The lawmaker who cast the deciding vote in its favour to rule the country is now in prison.
Kosovo's new prime minister took power at the beginning of February and his job is now to lead the negotiations to try and push for Serbia to recognise Kosovo as an independent state
Kurti, 44, spent two-and-a-half years in jail for his role in the Kosovan independence movement.
It's been three months since the election and a government has still not been formed.
The election signals a new era for politics in Kosovo, previously dominated by figureheads from the country's late-1990s war.