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The vice-president of the DP, Oerd Bylykbashi, stated that the internationals have asked Edi Rama to set up investigative commissions.
Bylykbashi said on Syri TV that these commissions of inquiry do not solve the problems currently faced by Albania. He emphasized that no commission solves the problem of buying and selling votes.
"When both parties are right, 50 to 50, such as the majority and the opposition, internationals as a rule ask the government to take the next step. It is very expected and the first signals came, they ask Rama to open investigations, because they are, as the German ambassador said, an essential function of the parliament, parliamentary control is a key function.
Which means they have entered the game, the further this situation will go, it will explode.
In countries like Albania, internationals intervene to channelize the crisis towards something normal. The problem is that even setting up commissions, or restoring our right to the electoral reform commission, does not solve the problems.
A commission will not solve the problem of buying and selling the vote, even though the vote here is dead, because they bought it earlier and it goes in the box to be buried.
The shock must be strong in advance, so that when we come to the elections, as happened in 2005, it will be a normal situation, where the vote makes the difference. Today this situation is abnormal. "Parliament is a small glass to contain all that development that the opposition will have" , said Bylykbashi.