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Written by Bardhyl BEJKO 8 Maj 2021
The election campaign identified an infinite number of candidates for MPs. A mosaic of individuals also appeared in Saranda. From the Minister of Economy and Finance, Anila Denaj, for SP, Ina Zhupa from PD, new figures coming from youth forums, such as Jolio Dine, PD, passionate, dedicated, idealistic, persistent. Doctor Niko Kuri, known for self-sacrifice in the name of protecting life. Young people like Bledar Burgjia, a smiling, honest boy, respected by the citizens for what he represents, were also involved in the race. Due to the profession, we contacted many of the candidates from Bujar Leskaj to the Democratic Conviction candidate, Ardi Kollozi. Kollozi, former PD MP, one of the members of the KOP in 2005 who brought change in Vlora and became an MP. We separate Ardi Kollozi from the others, not that he comes from a weighty party, yes that unfolded ideas and performance different from all rivals. With feet on the ground, calm, sober. In balance to be envied. Critical, but also appreciative. He did not stand out for denying everything as the well-known fashion of politicians. On the contrary, he praised what has been done in Albania and what has been built in these years. He was even so objective that in a meeting with the press he stated that if he were not a candidate for deputy he would call on his supporters to vote for the first candidate in the list of the SP of Vlora, the director of taxation for which he listed some qualities that she reflects on contacts with businesses and citizens. Not that Kollozi loves the SP more than the Democratic Conviction with which he ran, he is giving importance to human values ??and does not tend to deny or anathema to anyone. This is an innovation from which our politicians should be guided as everyone asks the Albanians to vote and there is no need to divide them into ours and the enemy's. We referred to these details, not just to identify the candidates to make the portrait of each of them, but to highlight two philosophies, two attitudes, two worlds, of political forces, which are led by their leaders what radiates from top to bottom to citizens. And this was revealed, not only during the pre-election campaign, but mostly on election day and their post from April 26 to the present day. On the one hand, the philosophy of the winners, their shell and that of the losers, where the drastic division appears, the opinions of those who speak and judge with realism and others with extreme subjectivity. Before the elections, Edi Rama declared: “If he does not get more than seventy mandates, I will resign from the SP leader, MP and prime minister. The government is forced to do not! This statement was missing from the chairman of the Democratic Party, Lulzim Basha, who never claimed that he would obey the verdict of the people and would not stand with his nails and teeth behind the chair in the headquarters of the Democratic Party, which is in reality the seat of the Democrats of Albania the party that brought pluralism and is a national asset in our country. Lulzim Basha, although he did what he could, but not as much as he wanted, as Rama defined in his victory speech in "Skënderbej" square, not only did not react to the results scored by his party, the new prime minister was announced after April 25. But after the defeat, he declared pompously that now the battle for victory begins at a time when he had just lost. The paint on the election certification minutes had not yet dried. Rather in a grotesque alignment, without remorse, he addressed the Albanians, not as losers, but as victims who had stolen the votes of the Socialists. Anyone who has taken part in polling stations, such as commissioners or counters, knows full well that the Socialists never try to interfere in the electoral process. This truth was stated not without pain by the former president of the Democratic Party, Bujar Nishani. It is known that ballot boxes are more protected than bank vaults, more sophisticated, than where euros, pounds, lek or dollars are stored. Party hawks turn on searchlights and keep control radars efficient. They are face to face and no one takes their eyes off the process. So it is a tale from the past, the efforts of analysts and opinion leaders, as well as politicians themselves, such as Marku and Gjekmarkaj, the two deputies of Lezha who call for revolution and protests because their votes were stolen ?! It is really ugly when Edi Paloka accuses the leaders of the Durrës region of staying in the hotel of an individual with a criminal record when they know very well that it is an ordinary slander and a rebellion to motivate the loss and justify the failure to win. Feast after the closing of the ballot boxes. Champagne in the office of Chief Democrat Basha. Fireworks in all districts and near the CEAZs that were issued for the victory of PD-AN, show quite clearly how baseless the accusations of theft and the absurd excuses that we won if you stole our votes. A refrain that we have been hearing for three decades as a lamenting song that seeks to preserve the prestige and authority of the mayor and to keep it as a political monument, the leader who has recorded seven consecutive losses without mentioning those of the signing of the sea or the "Road of the Nation". Megalomania in the face of defeat is for the guiness book. Yes, not everyone is the same. In this regard, too, there are examples from which Albanian politics and our democracy should learn. As soon as they were introduced to the election results, the chairman of the "Democratic Conviction", Mr. Astrit Patozi, came out on the podium of his party headquarters and addressed the citizens manfully with dignity and sincerity. He apologized and resigned at a time when he had only a few months established his party. Patozi said nothing about vote theft and massacre. He obeyed the popular verdict. Although it was the first loss. Exactly this attitude is dignified. Reasonable, democratic, not deceitful. With the post-election stance, Patozi raised his credentials more than when he entered the campaign. And that was myself. And to do that he did not have to gather around himself a dozen opinion leaders to sing the song of stealing votes. On the contrary he stated: So much did you give me? Thank you! Keys on the table and at home. Mrs. Jozefina Topalli acted with the same philosophy, even this one away from her house by those who do the calculations, not with which I win, but who endangers me. The chairwoman of the "Movement for Change" for a very short time presented to Albanians a menu of brilliant candidates to be envied by every citizen of this country. Many said, how good! As if these were at my party. Critical to the three major parties, restrained optimism, organized a quiet campaign, gave messages, with ideas, objectives and realism. No one was offended. Dignified, neither before, nor on election day, nor after them did she appear triumphant and was not flattered by the idea that she would be the first force, the unprecedented force. It was this behavior, this judgment, prudence and political honesty that immediately after the elections, Jozefina Topalli resigned and left home. She left giving an important message to Albanians and losing leaders. Are you in politics? Accept the loss and rejoice in the opponent's victory. You can't act like a winner when you lose seven to zero. The attitudes of the two leaders of the new parties, their dignified resignation, is an action to be welcomed, a signal that politicians are not all the same. The opposite is true of DP leader Lulzim Basha. Obsessed with victory even when losing, in love with what he dreams of, although convinced that he has lost, he did not make even one thousand of his colleagues, Topalli and Patozi. Basha is not used to resigning. It looks like a time bomb. She is a stranger to him. He does not recognize this institution of democracy. It is for this reason that he seeks to justify himself with accusations and slander that he won but did not leave, that he is a victim of gang manipulation, to the monstrous accusations that Rama once released from prison criminals of a gang, but to date has not given us any proof for this act when it is known that Rama is not the president of the court, but the prime minister of Albania. Unlike his former party colleagues, Patozi and Topalli, Mr. Lulzim Basha does not recognize the institution of resignation. He stays stoic even after seven consecutive losses and pretends to be stronger, more invincible. For Basha, the seat of the party is more valuable than democracy. This is the reason why many voices from PD, such as Nishani, Imami, Kulluri, Harxhi, Elezi and dozens of others, founding figures, most of them ask Basha to rise at least to the level of Topalli and Patoz, to be subjected to the process. of analyzes and decisions, conclusions and conclusions about the loss. To this day, the conclusion is quite real: Once lost, you have to leave the keys on the table and march home. When you have lost your hand and you have it for the seventh time in a row, do not be tempted, stay there monument, cement, relax, be proud. Save the privileges, hero in the headquarters of the party leader, grab with your nails and teeth where you have the throne, the seal, the militants, the flatterers, the swindlers, the delinquent advisers who love themselves more and their work for the party and for you is not ruined!