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Berisha did not allow him to go to the Parliament, the analyst: the Court violated the Constitution

Berisha did not allow him to go to the Parliament, the analyst: the Court

The Supreme Court decided on Thursday that Sali Berisha should not participate in the parliamentary sessions of the Assembly of Albania

Analyst Genc Burimi stated on Syri TV that the Supreme Court acted in a surprising manner by taking restrictive measures against the leader of the opposition without considering Article 71 of the Constitution.

|What was said about Berisha, the prosecution 'started badly and is finishing badly', like the saying: When you eat a spoiled soup and throw it all out, you don't know how to put it back'.

1-) Why does Malltezi continue to be kept under house arrest while others are interrogated and in this case how does the prosecution justify it, since Malltezi has not made any kind of challenge to justice as Berisha is accused today of waiting for people at home?

2-) This was raised as an issue, we agree together that SPAK acted in a surprising manner by taking restrictive measures without considering Article 71 of the Constitution, which must receive permission from the parliament.

In this case, this issue of great interest with a solution that has created a standard in Albania could not receive an answer from the Constitutional Court?

3-) I am concerned with the initiative that will be voted on on Monday in the parliament regarding this plan or the law as it is called, which states the 'irreversibility of the justice reform'.

With what right today the future generations would be taken hostage where we can't help but imagine another justice reform like this one today, where the prosecutor can be elected by the people just like in the USA", said Burimi.

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