On October 11 and 12, when the final opinion is expected to be adopted, not only President Ilir Meta, but also the leader of the Socialist Party group Taulant Balla, will be included in the Venice Commission.

After this moment, the Albanian parliament is expected to make a decision on Ilir Meta's future. It needs 94 votes, which the Socialists can secure only with the consensus of the new opposition.

Alban Zeneli, who is the chair of the Inquiry Commission and part of the Democratic Party's parliamentary group, says the decision will not be based on mere statements, but also an analyzation of the facts.

Regarding Electoral Reform, Alban Zeneli, said the opposition would not issue any document that comes as a result of a bargain between the Democratic Party and the Socialist Party.


 

/Ora News.tv/