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Written by SOT.COM.AL 13 Gusht 2022
Former Prime Minister Sali Berisha continues to berate the internationals, especially the United States of America, Great Britain and even the European Union, whom he has openly challenged, while he has made it clear that he is not afraid of sanctions and determinations. non grata". While speaking yesterday at the weekly press conference at the blue headquarters, the former prime minister was asked about the fact that he has been declared "non grata" by the two largest countries, the USA and Great Britain, which, as Berisha also pointed out, did not do not give any kind of surprise, while he added that according to him, Prime Minister Edi Rama is hopeless and will not escape the hurricane of citizens' revolts. "Regarding those non grata, Europe has its own laws, the European Parliament has its own, they are defined and I have no impression of them. Edi Rama is hopeless. He can make political decisions at every step, but he will not be able to escape from this revolution that is brewing", he declared. Furthermore, ex-Prime Minister Berisha also made strong accusations against Prime Minister Edi Rama, whom he said was allergic to free votes. "PD will go to the elections with its signature, despite the fact that Edi Rama will do everything, but in this battle against pluralism, he will pay a terrible price. Edi Rama is fighting pluralism. Having taken all the powers, he wants to extinguish the opposition, but he will see that the opposition is invincible and will get what is due to him. It is an enemy. Categorized as an enemy, will be treated as an enemy, will receive the response as an enemy. This does not change. He is an enemy because of the free vote, establishing monism by violating the free vote and because of the attitude it tries to maintain, to annihilate pluralism. He will be treated as an enemy and he knows this", underlined former Prime Minister Sali Berisha.