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Rama decomposes invitation for Basha: It does not start with extended governance
Prime Minister Edi Rama has broken down his invitation to the leader of the opposition, Lulzim Basha for cooperation after April 25, on condition that he leaves former Prime Minister Sali Berisha and President Ilir Meta.
Invited to Vizion Plus, Rama is asked what this invitation meant, if it had to do with a joint government for several objectives, or ordinary government-opposition cooperation.
According to Rama, it does not start with extended governance, as he recalls the 2017 agreement.
"It does not start with extended governance, it starts with structured cooperation where everyone does his duty towards the people.
They have nothing to do with indulgences. The story is a little different that the elections in 2017 were held in June, the result came out and sparked controversy. The commissioners signed, those who lost went on vacation and I continued the work.
When the autumn came the debate within the DP turned who is stronger against Rama and Basha in parliament started the old avaz. It was not created to do what was at the heart of the deal.
It had nothing to do with how many jobs Basha wanted in government, or in directorates. I told him you can take the whole government, except the prime minister.
What was the deal after the election?
I have clearly told him that whoever wins wins, loses and makes opposition. Albania is not spoken in foreign languages, ambassadors no longer have a job with us. "Who is the prime minister and the chairman of the opposition communicate on important issues that each continues to work", said Rama.