Morning mail/ With 2 lines: What was important yesterday in Albania
Declared internationally wanted, the Albanian is arrested in Greece
Despite the objections, the Italian government ratifies the agreement with Albania for immigrants
Eros Grezda's adventure with Partizan ends
The session is postponed, Fredi Beleri refuses to testify
Berisha: Universities are moving towards a selective system like in a dictatorship
Chief Democrat Sali Berisha has raised concerns about the empty university auditoriums that opened their doors today in the new academic year.
From the floor of the Assembly, Berisha said that this is an alarm for Albania, emphasizing the decline of the country's universities in the rankings. Berisha said the government is acting like a dictatorship with a selective system.
Berisha: The other problem I wanted to bring to your attention is the beginning of the university year. Albania starts with the flag at half-mast with 50 thousand students less than 10 years ago. With 70 thousand students less than 10 years ago. With 15% fewer students than last year.
With a catastrophic decline in the ranking of the country's leading university. All these results of hostile attacks, ignorant of the destruction of the university, the destruction of higher schools, from corruption, from hostility towards Albanian youth.
Is this not a moment of dire alarm in this country. Aren't we going towards the selective system and not the open doors of the universities, a system that existed in the dictatorship.
Time is up, but the ugly crimes of this regime are not over.