Debate in the assembly about the toll beam in Karavasta

23:48 05/12/2022 Dhori: You are subjugating the citizens! Godfather: Urgent interpellation for 50 Lek “Tax-free prison” was the main word of the interpellation requested by the deputy of the Democratic Party, Ilda Dhori, with the minister Kumbaro. The democratic deputy claims that the taxation in this park is unfair. “I’m sure you have no studies, … Read more

Debate between Spaho and Balluk: You have neither the ethics nor the courage to mention my family

21:18 24/11/2022 The marathon plenary session of the parliament is still going on. Recently, there was a debate with the deputy of the DP, Edmond Spaho and the deputy prime minister Balluku. The reason is the mention of the Balluku family. Edmond Spaho: Now one last clarification for Mrs. Belinda Balluku, the deputy prime minister. … Read more

Berisha: Opening the debate about the files is a witch hunt against Ilir Meta

12:57 21/10/2022 In a conference with the media, Sali Berisha stated that the opening of the debate about the files is a witch hunt against Ilir Meta. According to him, the government is against the destruction of legal certainty. “Opening the debate on the witch hunt law against Ilir Meta. That he is an amendment … Read more

Debate in parliament on beach safety

14:27 13/10/2022 Zhupa: No beach in the country meets the standards. Godfather: New criteria for vessels The deputy of the Democratic Party, Ina Zhupa, has called the Minister of Tourism and Environment Mirela Kumbaro to the interpellation for the lack of security and standards on the beaches. Zhupa mentioned the loss of life of vacationers … Read more

ANDREW PIERCE: Even Lord Freud couldn’t analyse tricky Theresa 

After Theresa May voted against a three-line whip for the first time in 24 years as an MP by joining last week’s Tory revolt against a foreign aid cut, Boris Johnson may well be tempted to agree with Ken Clarke’s notorious description of his predecessor as ‘a bloody difficult woman’. If so, he would not … Read more

ALEX BRUMMER: Nissan’s new announcement is a stellar victory… but there’s still so much to do 

As a symbol for Brexiteers of our chances of success on the international stage after leaving the EU, it could hardly have been more totemic. Nissan’s unveiling of a £1billion factory, to be built in the North-East, is easily the most significant industrial decision taken by a multi-national company in Britain since the referendum five … Read more