Former Albanian President Bujar Nishani, now head of the National Council of the democratic party (PD), accused Premier Edi Rama of creating a monist state based on the model of violence on the institutions. Nishani said the conflicts of the Rama’s Socialist majority with President Ilir Meta deepened the political crisis.
Nishani said a popular movement where the citizens will assume their responsibilities has become a necessity.
“For years the Albanians have witnessed that the current majority has no respect for the state. We have reached a point where we need not worry for the institutional reports but for the model that has identified itself with the violence on the institutions, rule of law and the human rights”, Nishani said in Shkodër today.
“The majority has returned the monism mentality. The crisis is so deep that the instruments that can open a dialogue have been eliminated. The parliament does not exist. Single-party elections were held on June 30. Every space for the opposition has been violated, with opposition MPs arrested due to their making opposition and protests”.