Alibeaj reacts after the KAS decision: We invite all democratic candidates to join the local elections

15:25 16/03/2023 After the KAS decided that the CEC should register the PD with the vice-president Enkelejd Alibeaj in the capacity of the commanding chairman of the party in the local elections of May 14, the latter reacted through a post on social networks. Alibeaj welcomes today’s decision of KAS, as he invites all democratic … Read more

Berisha: The coalition will be victorious, of course the Democratic Party leads it

12:51 10/03/2023 “The coalition will be victorious, of course the Democratic Party leads it, there is no question here”, this is what Sali Berisha declared this Friday. Berisha emphasized that in 90% of the electoral contests, the Democrats went to the elections with the coalition logo. TV Klan journalist Elja Zotka: When you talk about … Read more

Berisha convenes the presidency of the Democratic Party: Rama and McGonigal staged a coup

19:42 31/01/2023 At today’s meeting of the Presidency in the blue headquarters, the chairman of the Democratic Party, Sali Berisha, spoke again about the McGonigal case. Berisha said that Albania is in an extraordinary moment, adding that Rama and the former FBI official staged a coup by trying to eliminate political pluralism. Sali Berisha: We … Read more

The National Council of the Democratic Party meets, Berisha: This year is the most unprecedented in the history of a political force

17:48 20/12/2022 The National Council of the Democratic Party met this afternoon. The President of the DP Sali Berisha declared from the blue headquarters that this year has been difficult, calling it the most unfavorable in the history of a political force. Berisha: This was a difficult year for DP, I would call it an … Read more

Democratic impeachment managers say they were RIGHT not to call any witnesses

Democratic impeachment managers argued they were right not to call any witnesses after a Senate vote permitted them to do so during Saturday’s trial, which ended up with former President Donald Trump‘s acquittal.  ‘We could have had 500 witnesses and it would have not have overcome the kinds of arguments being made by Mitch McConnell … Read more

Democratic impeachment managers set to have their bid to call witnesses refused by the Senate

Donald Trump’s second impeachment trial will run at least into next week as the Senate gave both sides 16 hours each to make their cases. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer and Senate GOP leader Mitch McConnell announced a deal on the Senate floor Monday afternoon on how the trial will proceed. The two leaders noted … Read more

President Joe Biden says China’s Xi Jinping doesn’t have a democratic ‘bone in his body’

President Joe Biden signaled he is looking to reset U.S.-China policy from the Trump administration, saying the two nations can avoid a conflict, even as he said Chinese President Xi Jinping as lacking a democratic ‘bone in his body.’ Biden said he didn’t mean the line as criticism – but he leveled as his administration … Read more

Covid lockdowns have seen democratic freedoms decline across the globe

Coronavirus lockdowns have stripped the world of democratic freedoms, with 2020 returning the worst scores in the 15-year history of an annual democracy index. The United Kingdom slipped two places, while France and Portugal joined the US in the ‘flawed democracies’ categories compiled in the Economist’s Democracy Index. Norway, Iceland and Sweden were unchanged at … Read more

UK bans arrivals from Tanzania and Democratic Republic of Congo stop South African strain spreading

UK bans flights from Tanzania and the Democratic Republic of Congo in latest bid to stop South African ‘more vaccine resistant’ Covid strain spreading here The UK will introduce a ban on arrivals from the two African nations from Friday The rule will not apply to returning UK nationals, and those with residency rights  It … Read more