Spahiu: As long as Berisha-Meta is in charge of the opposition, Rama will be in power

2024-04-17 13:02:44 / POLITIKË ALFA PRESS

Spahiu: As long as Berisha-Meta is in charge of the opposition, Rama will be in

Lawyer Kreshnik Spahiu said in an interview for Euronews Albania that Prime Minister Edi Rama is interested in factoring in the opposition of the Socialist Party, Sali Berisha and Ilir Meta. According to him, as long as the head of the "Reestablishment" and the head of the "Freedom Party" will continue their political life, Rama will continue to be the prime minister of the country.

Spahiu said that the last elections clearly showed that the Socialist Party has taken power in the whole of Albania, while he added that the 6 municipalities where the opposition won were "donated" by the socialists' power, to legitimize political pluralism.

"In politics, strength is measured by election results. The last result of May 14 showed that Albania was colored blue. Only 6 villages of Albania were won by the democrats. The SP won all the municipalities in Albania, left only 6 provinces and left them alone. He took the bastions, he took Tropoja, he took Kukësi, he took Kamza, Shkodra, Bathore, he took every corner. It left 6 provinces to be called political pluralism. I think Berisha and Meta are finished.

They will exist as long as Edi Rama is alive. Also, as long as Berisha and Ilir Meta are alive, Edi Rama will be prime minister. This is the established game of the political establishment in Albania. The strength of the socialists is that they dominate today, just like Enver Hoxha or Ramiz Alia, with some transaction belts that had the democratic front, the communist youth, which they called a pluralist movement in the time of communism.

In the same way, the SP and Edi Rama have transformed the opposition forces into directorates of power, completely de-factoring them and not allowing the Democratic Party to be strengthened either, since they make Meta and Bërisha a political factor" , said Kreshnik Spahiu.


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