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Berisha warns: Today begins the irreversible battle of civil disobedience against the second dictatorship

Berisha warns: Today begins the irreversible battle of civil disobedience

The head of the DP, Sali Berisha, declared from the protest called today by the opposition that from February 20, the mission of civil disobedience against the second dictatorship starts.

According to Berisha, this protest conveys the message that the opposition people will reserve for the second dictatorship, the fate that was reserved for the communist dictatorship 33 years ago.

Berisha : Dear friends, you must understand that today is a marked day for the DP and not only. Today is a marked day for democracy. Today is a marked day for the fate of Albania.

That's why I started my speech by saying that this February 20 is even more important than February 20 when the dictator's statue was taken down.

Because today we inaugurate our mission in Tirana and throughout Albania, the irreversible battle of civil disobedience against the second dictatorship, based on crime, drugs, theft of Albanians. The battle for the liberation of Albania and Albanians from the ugly narco-dictatorship of Edi Rama.

We inaugurate the popular battle without return for the return of the free vote and the opening of the doors of the European integration of Albania, closed by the Tirana regime.

In this stormy protest, we convey the message to the world that the opposition people will reserve the second dictatorship, ie the narco-state of Edi Rama, the fate it deserves, the fate we reserved for the communist dictatorship 33 years ago.

Dear friends, you are true heroes of pluralism, because in the darkest days for the Albanian opposition, you did not give up.

After stealing the party's seal and logo, they banned the name of the party chairman from the ballot, 600,000 of you put your chests in front of the blackmail and pressure of the narco-regime, but also the international mafia, and said we are invincible.

We always appreciate our supporters!

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