Tirana, March 26, 2014/Independent Balkan News Agency
Leader of the Democratic Party in Albania, Lulzim basha declared today that the opposition has not avoided dialogue and this was confirmed by the letter sent by the leader of opposition to prime minister Edi Rama.
Basha declared that the Democratic Party and opposition will continue their battle in parliament, while demanding for the majority to comply with the court rulings.
During the meeting of the democrat parliamentary group, Basha said that he received an open letter by the prime minister for consensus on the territorial reform, adding that, “Time has shown that dialogue is a value for us, but the opposition cannot cooperate with a majority that doesn’t comply with the court rulings”.
Meanwhile, Basha has appealed for the application of the ruling of the Constitutional Court on the Civil Servant act, while demanding for those who have been unfairly laid off from the administration to be reinstituted.
The head of the Democratic Party has demanded from the majority to withdraw from the parliamentary agenda the draft law on the Civil Servant and that on the Authority of Audiovisual Media, where he underlined that the opposition is against every project that violates projects approved consensually. /ibna/