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Lela: In Albania, there are museums for the persecutors, but not for the persecuted
The Media Director of the Democratic Party, Alfred Lela, spoke about today's celebrations regarding November 29.
Invited to the Afternoon Edition on SYRI TV, Lela said that in Albania now after 30 years there is a museum for the persecutors, but not for those who were persecuted.
Today there are museums of the persecutors, but there are no museums of the persecuted. For Tepelena, there was a lot of noise about the idea of the Tepelena camp to be turned into a museum.
There was a great clamor from people in power or connected to power, that all colors lead to the red of communism in open, flagrant, strong opposition to this idea.
This is dangerous.
A country that, 30 years after the fall of communism, has a museum of persecutors and there is no museum of the persecuted, things in this country have gone wrong.
And in the face of this, the Catholic Church very rightly, being one of the last and only voices of conscience left, has raised its voice.
"Civil society is silent, and does not worry about things that are really fundamental that have to do with the state, the nation and the future of the country," said Lela.