The government of Edi Rama continues to condemn the protests of the opposition while demanding the release of Commissions of Electoral Administration Zones in cities where the Democratic Party and the Socialist movement for Integration govern.

Prime Minister Edi Rama, during a conversation with residents of Unit 1 in the capital, makes it clear to Lulzim Basha that he can be declared a winner of the elections even with a ballot box, before characterizing Right-Wing Municipalities as gangs.

“Through Municipal workers, Lulzim Basha burned schools. That is it! The Municipalities are turning into gangs,” expressed the Prime Minister.

Edi Rama seeks help from opposition supporters to bring about a halt of protests; otherwise he warned they would be punished for electoral crimes.

“All this mess is being done in fear of justice reform. I sense regret for those who are following their leaders, as they will end up in prison.

“They encourage people to get into trouble, while they themselves sleep calmly in their homes,” declared Rama.

“Anyone who commits electoral crime will not be allowed to leave the country for 5-10 years.

“This measure shall go to parliament tomorrow. This whole mess was created over the fear of justice reform.

“I have regret for those people who are following him because they end up in prison. They go to jail for Lulzim, who then encourages people to create more messy situations.

“They've turned the Municipalities into gangs. In all the attacks, the Police have filed the documents pertaining to each incident. We have even made mistakes,” said Rama.

Prime Minister Rama is convinced that the opposition has gone down the ‘path of protest’ out of fear of Justice Reform, even though he acknowledges that this situation is undermining his work as the head of the government.

Pёrktheu: Paola Pupla