The opposition votes for the SP proposal for the Road Code, with a majority of votes and for other laws
These scenes in parliament seem to have come to an end, at least for now. In the last plenary session, the opposition and the majority seemed to have found a common language, and this was mostly reflected at the end of the session, when they had to raise the card.
The changes to the Road Code, proposed by Taulant Balla, which required a qualified majority, managed to pass the parliament with 101 votes. Among the deputies who raised the green card for these changes were Enkelejd Alibeaj, Agron Duka and Dash Shehi. 6 votes against were from the deputies of Berisha’s group.
The majority proved that it has the majority in the parliament, including the opposition, with the votes in favor of the law on Beekeeping or the law on the role of the Assembly in the process of integration into the European Union.
Meanwhile, the PDIU also continues to vote in favor of the majority. Recently for the financial management draft law, while earlier for the double taxation law.
It seems that the opposition and the majority only have disagreements in the pulpit, because when it comes to the vote, they always find their way to each other.