Translated by: Kristi Gadeshi –
Prime Minister Berisha has re-invited the head of Socialist Party Rama in negotiations to enable emigrants to express their will through the vote on June 23.
Berisha made this statement in Librazhd, where he inaugurated Hotolisht-Frare road segment. Referring to allegations of Rama in Milan, by which he made the Prime Minister responsible, Sali Berisha guaranteed that the government would provide modern technology through online voting or in Embassies.
“If you have changed your mind by Monday, lets agree that every emigrant votes in June 23 elections. We have all of them in lists, the government assures to install the latest technology, to vote online in Embassies, do not be afraid of their vote” – said the Prime Minister.
Head of government did not spare charges towards his political rival on the block of three laws in the Parliament, through which it condemned Albanians, by blocking hundreds of millions of euros.
“I tell Rama that the lie is the biggest weakness of man, and only the one who is afraid of himself lies. You blocked the three laws, but the judgment day is coming and you must know that you have blocked hundreds and hundreds of millions of euros for Albanians, not for the government” – continued Berisha.
Then the Prime Minister assured residents of Librazhd that during the next four years, the government will do anything to support farmers, rural development and providing services similar to those of the city.
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