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Written by Aleksandra HOXHAJ 29 Janar 2022
The Socialist Party and the Democratic Party have agreed on the names that will go to the High Judicial Council and the High Prosecution Council. The newspaper "SOT", two days ago published the list of names that have qualified while the names have received the support of the opposition.
Democrat MP Dhurata Cupi said that the opposition agrees. The report of the Secretary General of the Assembly had qualified four names for four vacant positions in the two governments of justice. According to the document, the candidates Mirela Bogdani, Ilir Rusi and Yllka Rupa had met the conditions to be in the race for KLP. The last two names are repeated in the list of the HJC together with Orjona Muçollari who completes the trio sent for approval.
Among the candidates who applied were those who had received even more points than the four who went to the polls, but a large proportion did not meet the requirement of 15 years of age.
"The Secretary General excludes candidates who, in his opinion, do not meet the conditions provided by the Constitution and this law," said the report of the Assembly.
Clashes over the collapse of "5 May"
On the other hand, there was a hearing session with the residents of "5 May", with the Mayor of Tirana, Erion Veliaj, the Director of Police, Gledis Nano and the People's Advocate regarding the demolition of their homes. Called to the parliamentary committee on laws, Veliaj refused to participate in the interpellation, arguing that he was busy with other engagements and this has led to many reactions from the opposition. Meanwhile, the Democratic MP, Enkelejd Alibeaj accused the mayor that he should be present in the commission as the citizens are sleeping in the ruins. According to him, Veliaj had to face the people and find solutions for those who were in trouble. "What is this that neither the people, nor the Assembly, want to give clarifications if it is with the law, we say, you are with the law, we tell it, we have issued such documents without end. He has to face the people, he has to explain, they are in trouble, they are homeless and the earthquake did not cause them, but the Mayor, Erion Veliaj. "The state must give its explanations", said Alibeaj. Democrat MP Dhurata Çupi also said that the session should be postponed until Veliaj appears because it is about the survival of the residents for whom he is responsible. According to her, the residents have not received a housing bonus nor a clear agreement. "We are postponing him until he is the mayor, it is a matter of survival of the inhabitants, in the middle of winter they were evicted, they were not given any housing opportunity, the apartments were demolished and they still have not received the housing bonus, the agreements are pieces of paper where "Nobody understands what he receives and what he gives", said Çupi. On the other hand, The chairwoman of the commission, Klotilda Bushka, said that the mayor of Tirana has no obligation to be present after he has started a letter. "You asked for a hearing, but you took all the time to speak for yourself. Does the mayor have to appear here in writing or can he send it in writing? There is no obligation because he will not be present. He brought the letter. Citizens' issues concern us all. We will all listen to them. "I asked you if you have any questions, but you did not ask any questions," she said. Citizens' issues concern us all. We will all listen to them. "I asked you if you have any questions, but you did not ask any questions," she said. Citizens' issues concern us all. We will all listen to them. "I asked you if you have any questions, but you did not ask any questions," she said.