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Basha: Formation of technical government, opposition’s main non-negotiable condition

Lulzim Basha; Source: EPP Summmit, Brussels; October 2014; Photo: WikimediaCommons; European People's Party; Copyright holder: DERIBAUCOURT.COM (based on EXIF)

ata_maliTIRANA – The main Albanian opposition Democratic Party leader Lulzim Basha, on the 60th day of a protest against the Socialist Party-led government on Tuesday reiterated his demand for the Prime Minister Edi Rama to resign and make way for the formation of a technical administration, ATA reports.

Addressing supporters in the so-called “Freedom’s Tent”, set up in front of the Prime Minister’s office along Tirana’s main “Martyrs of Nation” boulevard, DP leader said the unstoppable opposition’s protest won’t end unless the main condition for creation of a technical administration to lead the country in “free and fair elections” was met.

“This tent has room for all citizens, except criminals. The April bad weather conditions will end in few days time. But what is not going to leave is the Albanian citizens’ alliance for free and fair elections through a technical government,” opposition leader stated.

According to Basha, it was the public interest, national interest that had united Albanian citizens to seek such a solution to the current political deadlock.

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