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Written by Vangjel SAKO 27 Janar 2022
Partial local elections in the 6 municipalities of the country, rather than political elections, will be the facade of a democracy that we have been living for 30 years. Facade with general directors the president of the country Ilir Meta and with tacit approval of other political factors. These elections are meaningless in an area where Edi Rama owns all the political and administrative actions and will face two halves of the political opponent, whom he has brought to his knees even when they have been together, even with many allies. With two halves that more than they can defeat Rama will fight to defeat each other to have more argument that they should then own the headquarters, but also the seal of this PD. Edi Rama seems calm before these elections not to say too indifferent. Since he owns all the current municipalities and municipal councils in them, he does not shake the foundations even if he loses these 6 municipalities, which however is unlikely to happen. This makes him play with reserve players and perhaps with the hidden desire to help Lulzim Basha win this election. The two halves of the PD are in a tooth-and-tooth war with each other not only to win more votes, but immediately aim to take away those who have historically been its loyal allies. The current relationship with these allies from both halves is as dubious as it is difficult to make a serious and closer analysis of the truth. This is for what we have seen in all these years in this bilateral relationship. DP has always been a big "tent" in the framework of local elections, whether general that gathered these parties that having no better solution and results, joined her with the first call and were content with the bones that this party forgave them. Only Sabri Godos's Republican Party at the beginning of democracy and then Fatmir Mediu later and until now are known as loyal allies of the DP. This party at no time and situation did not attempt and did not make a reality of secession from it. Dash Shehu's LZHK and Agron Duka's PAA have been mostly gray allies, they have seen their interests, they have not been ardent "lovers" with the big party, but they have not separated from it, taking from it what have wished, but never campaigned to be remembered. Have provided by a deputy list to be an active player in parliament and so on. SMI of Ilir Meta and Monika Kryemadhi, Shpëtim Idrizi's PDIU and Vangjel Dules's PBDNJ have been the "fox tail" in this relationship. They went periodically with the winners, sometimes with the SP and sometimes with the DP, even taking positions from the biggest state. The most productive in this relationship has been Ilir Meta's SMI. Thanks to her, he himself enjoyed the highest state positions, from the President of the Republic, the Speaker of the Assembly, the Prime Minister, etc. But the concrete situation is much different from the previous ones. We no longer have a DP that never discussed second place in any election that took place, but two halves struggling to be on the podium. This is the first dilemma that is stepping up the allies to openly display their preferences in this election. Yes there are some other dubious situations. Sali Berisha is no longer the political "tiger" who with just one scream instilled fear in everyone and it must even be said that he has turned into the "black sheep" that scares everyone. Only Ilir Meta's SMI has openly expressed itself as Sali Berisha's ally in this election and not without reason. Convinced that Lulzim Basha enjoys the support of the American Yuri Kim and also of Edi Rama, already declared enemies of him, he is obliged to be by the side of Sali Berisha. But also as a warrior in a trench where he sees himself tomorrow when he is also declared "non grata". He is actually looking forward to taking off the president's suit to wear that of the politician who is eagerly awaited by the people to take up the sword of the fight against corruption and injustice. As if these 30 years he had his hands tied. He claims that the people are looking forward to it, but the latter must be asked if this is so, or he is eagerly awaiting himself to give the final kick to throw him into the abyss of non-return to politics. Rather than winning allies they both seem to be doing disastrous work for each other. Permanent ally Fatmir Mediu is in a big dilemma, as the people say, he eats, but also burns. On the one hand, he would not be separated from his permanent friend, but behind him there is the American threat not to declare himself and his party "non grata". Gërdec's "fly" under his hat shakes them and reminds them to be careful and not to take wrong steps. The other four allies are playing in midfield. They say that they are waiting for the offers that will come to them, but they are not sure which way they will go. They were seduced by Berisha's noise, but like a sword Democleus hangs over the open American threat. They seem calmer with Basha, but they are afraid of any file that Berisha, their master, may have prepared for them. Berisha's relationship with the allies resembles me like two drops of water with a story of nuns, told by a friend of mine. Nun Mary had attended a seminar with the Pope and was already returning to the monastery where she had served for almost 20 years. After taking a seat on the train, he saw that there was a charming girl in front of him and that the many gold bracelets he was holding in his hands were more impressive. After they met, the nun could not remain silent and asked her how such a young girl could have had so many bracelets. The girl calmly told him and rolling her bracelets that she had been to a disco one day, had met a handsome and charming boy, had agreed to accompany him for a couple of days, had gone to the Maldives, were very pleased and this morning when they parted, he had donated these bracelets and also a $ 5 million credit card. Our nun did not faint. After two stations that girl got off, but after two more stations a girl got on who was stabbed in the neck with a series of gold pendants and wore a 1 or 2 million watch. Our nun and daughter also asked him, as she had previously shown that one evening he had been with friends at a disco, had met a handsome boy and accompanied him for a couple of days, had been in Dubai and this morning he had forgiven him all that gold, but also a $ 5 million credit card. As soon as he went to the convent, our nun was locked in the room. Around 22.00 there was a knock on the door. It was time for Padre Simoni to come and they both had sex. At the first knock she did not answer, but when he told her that "I am dear Simon" she shouted: "Go away, fart with that candy of yours". Apparently, Sali Berisha's allies have been upset all these years of their career with the "candy" that he forgave on every eve of the elections and have called to mind and are thinking well about the steps they will take. Not that if they are done with Lul Basha they will earn more. They could not defeat Edi Rama when they were all together and not now that they are divided in two. Yes they expect to make alliances for the force of habit. Apparently, Sali Berisha's allies have been upset all these years of their career with the "candy" that he forgave on every eve of the elections and have called to mind and are thinking well about the steps they will take. Not that if they are done with Lul Basha they will earn more. They could not defeat Edi Rama when they were all together and not now that they are divided in two. Yes they expect to make alliances for the force of habit. Apparently, Sali Berisha's allies have been upset all these years of their career with the "candy" that he forgave on every eve of the elections and have called to mind and are thinking well about the steps they will take. Not that if they are done with Lul Basha they will earn more. They could not defeat Edi Rama when they were all together and not now that they are divided in two. Yes they expect to make alliances for the force of habit.