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The secretary of the Democratic Party in the Korça branch, Devis Osman, as well as 13 members of the leadership of the Democratic Party of this branch have submitted their resignation from the functions they hold.
They have addressed a public letter to the Democratic Party informing them of their resignation and the motivation for their resignation.
According to them, the leader of the Democratic Party, Lulzim Basha with his arrogance is turning the Democratic Party into a clientelist party and in function of only personal interests. They further add that Basha with his actions and inactions has rejected all their work raised with effort and sacrifice during 8 years of opposition.
"We judge that the chairman of the Democratic Party with his arrogance is turning the Democratic Party into a clientelist party and in function only of personal interests. By his actions or inactions, he has rejected all our hard work and sacrifice during 8 years of opposition. Also with this way of running, we think that PD is being deliberately restrained by him, to fight the misgovernance of Edi Rama.
Given these conditions, we find it impossible to exercise our functions and look optimistically towards the future of this party. We emphasize that we are and remain members of the Democratic Party and supporters of the ideas and values that it carries since the day of its creation " , it is said in their letter.
The resignation was given by the chairman of the Democratic Party in Korça, Andrea Mano, who resigned at the same time and ran for the post of member of the National Council of the Democratic Party and in the April 25 elections he ran for deputy, but failed to win the mandate.