Tirana, August 15, 2014/Independent Balkan News Agency
President of the Republic, Bujar Nishani has sent three laws to parliament for reviewing.
The first law is the one for the Supreme Council of Justice. The president’s office says that this law is against the Constitution, as it restricts the powers of the President of Republic, in the quality of the head of the Supreme Council of Justice to propose as vice chairman whichever member of this Council.
President Nishani has also sent to parliament the law on the Administrative Court.
According to the president, the procedure of nomination, relief and discharge from duty of legal aids is in violation with the constitutional principle of the division of powers.
The president has also sent to parliament for reviewing the law on the State Police.
According to the president, the law has clause on the mission of the State Police, namely that for the protection of high state personalities.
The president of republic says that every law must offer a sustainable solution to each party that the law targets and for as long as these objectives are not met, Nishani says that they damage the authority of the state.
Meanwhile, Prime Minister Edi Rama has reacted by saying “ The president rejects the law on police and offers the pseudo arguments of the Democratic Party for a law drafted in cooperation with international partners. But it’s pointless. The reform doesn’t stop here. Parliament will pass the law without any changes.”. /ibna/