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February 11 protest, Berisha: Rama must leave by all means, including civil disobedience
The chairman of the Democratic Party, Sali Berisha, has declared that Prime Minister Edi Rama must leave power at all costs, including civil disobedience in the opposition protest on February 11.
In a statement to the media after the meeting with political leaders and district leaders at the headquarters, Berisha said that since the time of Enver Hoxha, the dignity of the country has never been humiliated in this way as now.
Berisha: Let's remove from power at all costs, this demon of power who does not stop at any act to destroy pluralism and consolidate his seat. It knows no borders, no moral norms, no standards, laws, national or international.
Edi Rama should leave a minute earlier, otherwise, the Albanian citizens will throw him in Lana, otherwise, the Albanian citizens will restore their reputation, dignity, morals. Never since the time of Enver Hoxha, has the dignity of this nation, this country, been humiliated in this way.
This is one side of the coin. The other side of the coin is that this corrupt act was undertaken with the sole purpose of destroying pluralism and democracy in Albania. There is no democracy without pluralism, there is no opposition, and in fact with drug money and other money, it tries in all ways to consolidate its monism.
The removal of Edi Rama by all democratic means, including civil disobedience, is today the mission of all the missions of the Albanian citizens, of the opposition people.