SMI, Kryemadhi Warns Snap Elections
Albanian Daily News
Published October 21, 2017
The Socialist Movement for Integration (SMI) chairwoman, Monika Kryemadhi warns snap elections in Albania. In a brief speech during the Youths Movement for Integration (YMI) headship on Saturday she stressed that Prime Minister Edi Rama has morally fallen down thus should step down leaving room to a leader that has no ties with organized crime.

“The country will soon face snap elections. Albanians can’t no longer be represented by 74 MPs whose mandates were the result of votes purchasing through organized crime money. I appeal to PM Rama, who has already fallen in the moral aspect, to step down leaving room to someone that cares about the country and has no ties with organized crime,” declared Kryemadhi.

She also emphasized that SMI will keep fighting against the country’s ruling by the organized crime.

“This is a challenge that should be considered with maximal seriousness. The battle against crime is difficult on view of the fact that the state’s has been currently captured by the organized crime. However, I am more than sure that crime will never capture the hearts of young boys and girls determined to build a better future in this country,” said the SMI chairwoman.




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