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    DP rejects Meta’s allegation in regard to June 8 burning of Parliament


    The Democratic Party held a press conference on Monday, following President Meta’s earlier testimony before the Parliamentary Inquiry Commission. The DP Secretary General Gazmend Bardhi rejected Meta’s statement that he cancelled the June 30 elections because he had received information in regard to a plan to set fire to the Parliament on June 8, during the opposition’s anti-government protests.

    “The Democratic Party and the united opposition have never had any intention to burn down the institutions, despite them not representing public interest, but the interest of a group of oligarchs and criminals linked to the country’s prime minister. The Democratic Party invites the media to open up archives of the weeks before June 30, thus finding proof that the opposition and its leader, Lulzim Basha, have denounced Edi Rama’s violent scripts, which he intended to use against the DP and the opposition “, said the statement of the Democratic Party.

    The DP has claimed that the inquiry commission to impeach the President, is seen as a tool to cover up Edi Rama’s and his illegitimate government’s scandals, and members of the commission, characters of files 184 and 339, who are complicit in the crime of stealing local and parliamentary elections. Tiranapost.al

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