Noka Toughen Tones in Parliament, Calls for Revolution
Albanian Daily News
Published October 25, 2017
The Democrat MP Flamur Noka used a harsh language during his speech in parliament on Wednesday reacting over the majority's vote contrary to the Serious Crimes Court request for Sajmir Tahiri's immunity removal. According to Noka the parliament's voting was a form of advocacy on crime and drugs thus a popular revolution is needed to restore this institution's dignity.
"This parliament was covered by shame proving its origin from the drugs. This institution became the advocate of drugs and organized crime. Albanian citizens are no longer protected by this parliament, because the twisted wood within Socialists ranks turned into a blossoming plane. A popular revolution is more than necessary to prevent this criminal organization from ruling the country and restore the citizens' vote dignity," said Noka.