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Written by SOT.COM.AL 8 Dhjetor 2022
Journalist Blendi Fevziu has revealed details from the fall of the communist system in 1990, where students came out and protested against the regime. That day, Fevziu says that he remembers it in every detail and that he felt great fear, he even says that his legs were shaking when he realized that the students rose up against the regime.
"I remember every detail of that day. When I approached the student town, I saw the girls of the first year of the language and literature faculty, who told me it was a demonstration, I could hear the voices. At this point I took steps to approach the group and a line of soldiers was placed in front of me. It was the first moment that I felt a fear, the most obvious fear, my knees started to shake, because I said where I am now. Soldiers blocked the road. When I went to the part where the crowd was coming, I saw in the first row the wisest boy of our course, his voice had never been heard. I was shocked, the first was this one together with Azem Hajdari, they were holding each other's arms. They were determined, then I saw some of my friends like Ben Blushi and we got stuck at the high school. It was the last moment of a great fear", he said in an interview for Euronews Albania.
National Youth Day is celebrated today. On December 8, 1990, a group of students and lecturers of the Universities of Tirana became the initiators and protagonists of the great historical turning point, the peaceful protests that brought the fall of the communist system and the birth of democracy.
With the phrase "We love Albania like all of Europe", the young people asked for the establishment of the system of Western values ??and the rule of law; integration in Europe and guaranteeing political pluralism as the main basis for a free and democratic society.
Their resistance ended the long era of self-isolation, paving the way for the market economy and open society.