Rama: Vaccination and infections continue in parallel
The Albanian Prime Minister, Edi Rama, accused the opposition about violating the antiCovid regulations in their electoral meetings.
“The vaccination and infection are going on in parallel, a true evidence of the choice that you should do on April 25th. Decide whether you should vote for the health of your families, or for the power of Berisha, Ilir Meta, Monika Kryemadhi and Lulzim Basha”, Rama declared.
Basha: Albania’s stalemate, similar to the traffic jam at Tirana’s new Ring Road
The Democratic Party leader, Lulzim Basha, continued his electoral meetings at the area near Tirana’s New Ring Road.
After listening to their concerns, Basha promised that his main concern is bringing a human face to the government of Albania.
Basha declared that Albania has been in a stalemate for the past eight years, just like the traffic jam at Tirana’s New Ring Road.
Rama: Finding vaccines is terribly difficult. How will Basha find them, taking a nap?
The Albanian Prime Minister, Edi Rama, declared that with the current opposition in power, the vaccination process will be interrupted.
“Who will find the vaccines? Lulzim Basha? Taking a nap? It is horrible finding vaccines. You have to travel around the world, knocking on every door, begging and bothering people around. He gets a nap with a travel from Durres to Tirana, imagine travelling around the world”, Rama declared, reiterating that who really stands behind Lulzim Basha is Sali Berisha.
Basha: Rama’s personal battle with Becchetti will cost Albanians €110 mln
The Democratic Party leader, Lulzim Basha, considered the arbitration trial between Albania and Italian businessman “Becchetti” a personal battle of Rama, and another of his failures.
Basha declared on social media that this fight will cost the Albanian people a total of 110 million euros, or 4560 per capita.
One day ago the Albanian government lost the trial against the Italian entrepreneur, Francesco Becchetti, who will receive 110 million Euros for the closure of his television in Albania.
Socialist Movement for Integration introduces its candidates in Vlora
After the meeting in Fier, the leader of the Socialist Movement for Integration, Monika Kryemadhi, visited the city of Vlore where she introduced the SMI candidates for the district.
Kryemadhi said that the SMI has the candidates that will bring the real change in Vlora
She thanked the SMI representatives in this district thanking them for facing with the pressure and psychological terror of an outgoing cast.
For Kryemadhi, the SMI is a family that is based on respect for the country and family values.