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For the lawyer Jordan Daci, the changes proposed by the socialists to the law of investigative commissions contradict the constitutional principles.
In a direct link to A2 CNN, Daci said that this intervention changes the world view of the existing law and makes the parliamentary investigation impossible.
"There was no need for such fundamental intervention, it changes the entire world view of the existing law and contradicts the constitution. It makes impossible the parliamentary inquiry against any parliamentary minority. The notion of a parliamentary investigation is confused with a judicial one. The only similarity is the criminal procedure code used for investigations," he said.
According to him, this constitutional law cannot be passed with drafts, while the opposition has been denied the right to investigative commissions.
"This is a law of constitutional rank, it is not a simple law that can be passed with these types of drafts. These are laws of a constitutional nature. With this law, the right of 35 deputies becomes illusory. There is no need to have evidence or data for a parliamentary investigation. Parliament should be in legislative function", said Daci.