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Pre-election shock

Pre-election shock

Although the elections of April 25 are still far away and the campaign has not officially started, the electoral fever has already involved not only political parties, but also a good part of the population of our country. Each party declares victory, some even express absolute guarantees for the number of deputies they will win, without relying on any kind of poll. Party militants even though they are now somewhat fewer, not only quarrel over their party, but have also started placing bets, being confident in the victory of the party to which they belong. Various opinionists appear on the screens and, instead of making concrete analyzes of the programs and alternatives of the political forces, giving revenge to each party, in order to provoke the electorate with arguments to cast the ballot in the right ballot box, they talk and quarrel. with each other, as if they were ardent party militants. In some cases, some analysts and opinion leaders, not only do not bring any argument in favor of the alternative represented by the parties in question, but in many cases offer to the leaders of the parties they do not like and the ministers of the Rama government, becoming disgusting to viewers. It is already known that analysts such as Lubonja, Gjekmarkaj, Bushati, Alibekaj, Bejtja, Shkullaku are appearing on the screen, they will be openly positioned against the Socialist Party, obscuring its good works. Some even use banalities, or insult without gloves, as was the case of Gjekmarkaj with Prime Minister Rama in a televised debate. No matter how many shortcomings a prime minister has, his anathema is not done with angry vulgarities, but within the limits of an ethic and cultured debate, a communication acceptable to all, that after all Edi Rama is the representative of a people and the country, of which the analyst is a part. Also, if there are members of the panel in the debate, such analysts as Peza, Çupi, Bolino, Haxhiu, Yzeiri, and any other, who, although in general are more argumentative and more prudent in what they ask, it is clear that they are in defense of the majority. The most objective are in the thoughts and arguments presented in all debates organized on screens, analysts such as Skënder Skopje, Mentor Nazarko, Bedri Islami, Arian Visari, Dritan Hila and others. The task of the analyst coming to the screen is not the feverish passion to defend the party that is closest to his political conviction, but to present arguments in dismantling the alternative of the political parties that have undertaken to govern the country by making comparisons and confrontations of their programs, in order to be as convincing as possible for the whole public. If the analyst who has undertaken to defend the democratic ideas and the real progress of this country, conveys to the viewer the reality we live in, he must be apartheid, calm, without anger and passions, otherwise he must join the party he wants and protect it with all forms and means possible. Every politician who seeks votes and every analyst who tries to impose himself with shrill cries, to force black and white and vice versa, must be clear that the voters who live and work in this country, for the most part they have gathered the mind that for each party they will express their preference, so do not get too tired of such mutterings. The majority of Albanian voters are divided on the left and the right, are determined for the alternative they will choose on April 25, and do not whistle much at the comments and jokes that various analysts and politicians throw at screens or public meetings. Even when a politician comes out and speaks loudly about successes and achievements even where they are not, or some "independent" analyst who praises and raises only one party, the people who live this reality every day with a level of well-being do not at the right height, he turns his back in disgust and becomes even more irritated towards him. In these cases, even if he thought of voting for the politician in question, when he hears that he has ridden the "wind horse", changes his mind. Thus, for example, Kryemadhi becomes more irritating, when she declares that her party will get 40 deputies, at a time when she is leaving every day. It is also hard to believe that Basha sincerely cries for the earthquake-stricken residents who have been left homeless, when he himself has several villas. But even some SP politicians have cases that are not objective in what they say, when they try to give it shine and any work that could have been done better, does not add any value to the SP, but has the opposite effect on the electorate. Even Prime Minister Rama himself has stated that this majority has done a lot for the country, but there are also mistakes and there is room for corrections, expressing at the same time the willingness and commitment to do more in the third term. The shock for the victory of the winning party in the elections of April 25 comes not only from the lack of opposition with alternatives of the opposition, from the distrust that it has in the majority of the electorate, but also from some shortcomings and subjective weaknesses of the majority government. , which can be easily overcome by election day. The shock continues more to the gray electorate. "We are a strange people - someone says, - we cast our vote randomly, not knowing that the government will speculate with our vote." "We have no one to choose from, they are all the same," complains another. But it is not so. Of course, there is a shaky electorate, dissatisfied with both the majority and the opposition, and this is not a small amount, so the work should focus on his conviction. To this indifferent electorate, every party must be careful, if he wants to get his vote. He is generally disillusioned with this protracted 30-year transition and cannot easily be persuaded to go after petty parties trying to seduce him with slogans. The gray electorate demands in the first place that every party that dreams of taking power, make self-criticism of what it has done badly over the years, hit hard on the perpetrators of these mistakes and seeks to be fully convinced that the next government will really be put in its function. This electorate, which is not used to applauding every word that comes out of the mouth of the politician who claims power, seeks to be convinced with facts which party is for true justice, which is for uncompromising fight against corruption, who is not influenced by nepotism and mediocrity and provides reliable evidence does not fall into the trap of dirty tenders. The Albanian electorate is very smart and has never, ever made a mistake in its choice. Once again, he calmly awaits the April 25 elections, with his mind gathered on the ball, confident that he will give the vote to the one who deserves it. As the polls based on the results achieved show, the SP will definitely be the winner of this election as well. Not only is the opposition led by Basha very weak, but it has done a lot of work and set achievable goals for the future. But it needs more exposure of the concrete work it has done, more fight against corruption and less euphoria, more sincere cooperation between its structures, not hoping much for the polluted leaks coming from other parties. Once again, he calmly awaits the April 25 elections, with his mind gathered on the ball, confident that he will give the vote to the one who deserves it. As the polls based on the results achieved show, the SP will definitely be the winner of this election as well. Not only is the opposition led by Basha very weak, but it has done a lot of work and set achievable goals for the future. But it needs more exposure of the concrete work it has done, more fight against corruption and less euphoria, more sincere cooperation between its structures, not hoping much for the polluted leaks coming from other parties. Even this time he calmly awaits the April 25 elections, with his mind gathered ball, confident that he will give the vote to the one who deserves it. As the polls based on the results achieved show, the SP will definitely be the winner of this election as well. Not only is the opposition led by Basha very weak, but it has done a lot of work and set achievable goals for the future. But it needs more exposure of the concrete work it has done, more fight against corruption and less euphoria, more sincere cooperation between its structures, not hoping much for the polluted leaks coming from other parties. Not only is the opposition led by Basha very weak, but it has done a lot of work and set achievable goals for the future. But it needs more exposure of the concrete work it has done, more fight against corruption and less euphoria, more sincere cooperation between its structures, not hoping much for the polluted leaks coming from other parties. Not only is the opposition led by Basha very weak, but it has done a lot of work and set achievable goals for the future. But it needs more exposure of the concrete work it has done, more fight against corruption and less euphoria, more sincere cooperation between its structures, not hoping much for the polluted leaks coming from other parties.