The Venice Commission representatives met on Wednesday with members of the special Parliamentary Inquiry Commission established to look into President Meta’s alleged constitutional violations. Immediately following the meeting, the Head of the Venice Commission delegation, Kaarlo Tuori, in a statement for the media said that the commission does have an idea if there is any violation in the president’s actions and if the latter has breached the constitution, albeit not further details were revealed. Tuori announced that the report containing the opinions of the Venice Commission will be made public on the 11th of October. Upon receipt of the report, the head of the parliamentary inquiry commission, Ulsi Manja will use the information to approve a final project which will then be submitted to parliament for a vote, followed by a verdict issued by the constitutional court, which is currently not functional and is represented by a single member.
” We have a clear idea, if the president has violated the constitution. All meetings were productive, providing us with the necessary information to create the opinion report, which will be unveiled on October 11″, said Tuori for the media. Tiranapost.al