MP Petrit Vasili has been suspended for 5 days from the parliament. The decision was taken by the Secretariat for Procedures, Voting and Ethics. According to the decision, Vesili insulted the chairman of the parliamentary group of the Socialist Party, Taulant Balla, during the “incorrect reading and interpretation of the Rules of the Assembly and contrary to the procedures”. The decision comes into force from the following day.
“In the direction of Ms. Klotilda Bushka, today the Secretariat for Procedures, Voting and Ethics convened to consider the request of the Parliamentary Group of the Socialist Party, caused by the unparliamentary behavior of the deputy Mr. Petrit Vasili, where during the incorrect reading and interpretation of the Rules of the Assembly and contrary to the procedures, he addressed you with insulting words to the Chairman of the SP Group, Mr. Balla, at the beginning of the proceedings of the plenary session, date 24.11.2022.
Pursuant to Article 63 point ç and Article 65/1 of the Rules of the Assembly, the Secretariat decided with 3 votes in favor, taking the disciplinary measure “Exemption from participation in committees and in the plenary session for 5 (five) days” for the deputy Mr. Petrit Vasili“, the decision states./broread