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Luan Rama: Judicial Reform not a matter of petitions but institutional responsibility

ata_maliTIRANA – The chairman of the Socialist Movement for Integration (SMI) parliamentary group, Luan Rama said the judicial reform is not a matter of petitions but an institutional responsibility, ATA reports.

Chairman Rama said that SMI Political Party was committed to maximum transparency of the reform underlining that SMI was absolutely committed to fully implement the judicial reform.

“The judicial reform is not a matter of petitions, but a responsibility of institutions. SMI is committed to ensuring maximum transparency of the justice system reform and it is utterly committed to the implementation of the judicial reform,” reiterated Luan Rama.

“Regarding all the commitments, articles and obligations that stem from the judicial reform package SMI Ministers, MPs and all members of SMI party, will to do every effort to implement the judicial reform by expressing institutional responsibility and maximum effort,” said the chairman of the parliamentary group of SMI.

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