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"December 8 the most important day after Independence", Berisha: The students of 33 years ago separated the eras and decided to stand up for pluralism
Written by SOT.COM.AL 8 Dhjetor 2023
During a meeting with the youth of the FRPD, the chairman of the Democratic Party, Sali Berisha, spoke about December 8, 1990. In the conversation with the youth, Berisha also told about his feelings when he saw the students who, even though they were being abused by the regime, they they rose again in protest.
According to the DP chairman, December 8 is the most important day after the declaration of Albania's independence.
Excerpts from the speech of the president of the DP, Sali Berisha:
Good evening and have a nice day.
I want to guarantee you that this day is the most important day after the Independence of Albania, in our history of freedom. It is a day when your peers 33 years ago separates eras, separates systems, day, they met this historic mission. It does not happen often even in a human life, but the generation of young people of 1990 met this mission and this fate and they showed themselves at the height of human courage, at the height of their dreams of freedom, but with a very essential difference from you who were born and raised in an age of freedom, those boys and girls had not lived a single day in freedom or in a free country. And this is very special.
I will tell you my personal experience.
I used to go abroad to those cardiologist congresses, but you know that wherever I went I didn't feel free. Such was our formation in relation to freedom and yet, it was your peers who 33 years ago, students, decided to stand up for pluralism which they did not know what it is.
To stand up against dictatorship as the greatest evil that can befall a nation for another system that they had not lived a day.
To stand up in an act of sublime courage because even at that time the dictatorship did not spare the barrage of Kalashnikovs on the chests of young people who set out to cross the border after the high treason law was lifted for escape.
So that day is, in the most literal sense of the word, after the independence of the country, the most marked day in the freedom of Albanians.
Before December 8, other attempts were made, a heroism makes a real uprising, again the young people, the young workers of Tirana, rushed like heroes on the walls of the embassies, they broke the Berlin Wall in Tirana on July 2, they broke it. It does what native Germans do in the Czech Republic, in Hungary, but unfortunately, the society was numb. They did their duty, they overthrew the dictatorship, but Tirana did not support them, they lost their chance.
From July 2 onwards, hopes were slim. The prevailing idea was that Albania should remain like the Cuba of the Adriatic. But Albania experienced poverty and chronic hunger with the most serious consequences. The prisons were full of political prisoners.
Even before July 2, there were significant movements in Shkodër, Kavaje, but again the regime did not fall. From the uprising of July 2, it appeared that Ay will remain the cube of socialism on the shores of the Adriatic.
But those who made history and stood up to the dictatorship were the students and they did it with epic courage.
I was lucky enough to be there, not the first night they came to their city in protest, but the next day I went with two good friends and found myself in front of them. They faced unparalleled ferocity. With the most ferocious forces of the dictatorship, which rushed in with unimaginable ferocity. They took them after they fell to the ground.
Their greatness lay in the fact that an hour after they had suffered this barbaric aggression they were ready to fight again, and at dinner they again assembled in the square.
I stopped at this moment because invincible is that person who, after falling, gets up, who after losing one moment, fights to win the next. And this was the story of that movement which peacefully overthrew the most brutal dictatorship in all of ex-communist Europe.
That movement made it possible for Albania to move at a speed of light despite the criticisms that exist.
But when you think that in 1992, the per capita income was a total of $204, the salary was $6, when you think that the stores were completely empty, there were widespread shortages, and we reached the road to freedom, to join NATO, we reached yes on this path, to become a member of the Council of Europe, to gain free movement, to receive the recommendation from the European Commission for the status of a candidate country, it was achieved within 4 years in the most hypercollectivist country in Europe.
80% of the Domestic Production should come from the private sector. It was achieved that the exchange rate, which in a 3-4 digit inflation, stabilizes free, so it was achieved that the Albanians climbed into the group of countries with high middle income. It was achieved with great and serious efforts, that in education we are not at the level we should have been, but a vertical ascent in Pisa, very promising.
All these are the merits of freedom, the law, the functioning of the law, the rule of law, and the hope that Albanians began to have in their country.