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Proposed names, Bylykbashi: Alibeaj-Balla agreement gives Rama legitimacy for president's capture

Proposed names, Bylykbashi: Alibeaj-Balla agreement gives Rama legitimacy for

At the end of the group meeting, Enkelejd Alibeaj, announced a meeting tomorrow where among them he hinted that they would also be members of the 'Re-establishment'.

Democrat MP Oerd Bylykbashi responded to Alibeaj with a post on Facebook, where he writes that despite the MP's statements, "words fly, the past remains", emphasizing that in the end what stands is the Alibeaj-Balla agreement, which gives it legitimacy. Rama in the election of the president.

According to Bylykbashi, Alibeaj is trying to change the statute of the Democratic Party by bypassing the National Assembly and the National Council, the two highest representative bodies of the DP. Bylykbashi emphasizes that Alibeaj has no right to gather the group and give proposals for names of candidates,

Bylykbash's post:

Verba volant, scripta manent say the Latins. Albanian, the words fly, the writing remains.

What remains is that Alibeaj's agreement with Balla guarantees Rama the legitimacy of his process to capture the president.

The agreement enables Rama to hide the name he has planned in the multitude of names thrown on the table.

The agreement agreed by Alibeaj enables Rama to secure 84 seats for his candidate to sell as a consensual candidate.

The agreement gives Rama the opportunity to appoint a thin opposition to the opposition of the vote and with their votes to appoint the president and further, to change the electoral system, the map of territorial division, to retain power.

Alibeaj is trying to change the statute of the Democratic Party by bypassing the National Assembly and the National Council, the two highest representative bodies of the Democratic Party.

Alibeaj has no right to gather deputies, to put on the table the names of candidates to legitimize Rama's process.

The deputies of the Democratic Party represent its will and do not become a facade of the seizure of power by Edi Rama.

 

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