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Written by SOT.COM.AL 7 Korrik 2022
The former Minister of Justice, Ylli Manjani, has come out with a strong reaction on social networks for the protest that will be held this afternoon in front of the Prime Minister's Office.
"Today's protest is not exceptional, but simply the beginning of a good democratic habit. Therefore, it is not the last, but the beginning of other protests.
Citizens react, protest, even at the invitation of political parties. The parties for this work are Even when the people protested with Rama's call, it was like that.
Today there is no magic solution, but it is the magic of democratic reaction. The people who do not protest are ruled, not governed.
Rama doesn't fall today, but his old man who thinks he will die stinking in power falls.
Today, it is not decided who is better among the bad, but the separation from the evil with which we live under Mehdi Malkaj's expression "what do I need" begins.
Protest is the lifeblood of democracy.
Tomorrow will be a new day, there will definitely be a new protest. But don't leave today's protest for tomorrow!", writes Manjani.