In the last days, it has become apparent that the opposition coalition, beyond its strong public stance against the prime minister and their relationship to overthrow Rama’s government, has fundamental problems. It seems divided, and the parties are inconsistent in their relations with each other. It’s enough to communicate with the members of the opposition coalition, with the allied parties of Lulzim Basha, to understand what problems have.
First, everyone in confidence shows dissatisfaction with Lulzim Basha. There are also those who show distrust, so, they speak openly and emphasize that Lulzim Basha has not been able to become a unifying leader for the opposition coalition, but also a leader to give a spirit of victory to the opposition. He seems to be stubborn, without a clear strategy, and locked in a shell as someone calls it, full panic and fear playing the hidden cards.
Second, someone says he has not been honest with members of the opposition coalition.
His “pull, but don’t cut it” game with the Electoral Reform, left Albania in the same status quo, with no step forward. So, the allied parties should not win either from the open lists, or from the removal of the threshold of entering the Parliament, from 3 percent to a natural threshold, or further to the fact that the regional proportional system was not changed without being led to national proportionality.
Or other fundamental changes, that would give a lot of weights to the allies. What does it show, someone says, that this was a thoughtless and deliberate move by Lulzim Basha, who, contrary to what he promised his allies, left them where they were, abusing them.
Third, one falls on the nail, and the other on the horseshoe! If you talk to the members of the opposition coalition, someone says they want a system with closed lists, someone loves it with open lists. Someone says it’s not time to do politics, someone else says that elites should be put points on “i”. Someone else says that Lulzim Basha is using small parties, and so on. So even in relations with each ther, they are unclear beyond what they have within the opposition coalition led by Basha.
Fourth, someone says it’s not just Basha and Kryemadhi at the helm of this coalition. If you ask them, they say that the coalition has other personalities, such as Dashamir Shehi, Shpëtim Idrizi or Fatmir Mediu himself, which are parties that have a weight and a history. While Monika Kryemadhi rise to power is merely a mechanical union of an ideal coalition. There they are gathered from left, and the right, and some have resented the “mother-in-law’s anger”.
Fifth, someone says he is in that coalition because of Edi Rama’s behavior, because of his political views, and therefore, the relationship he has had with either the SMI or the PDIU, but also other parties that are in the opposition coalition. So, they are not there, just for the principle that they are right-wing, but because the bad relationship with the prime minister, who wanted all the powers.
Sixth, someone else says that Basha is the man who is trying to maintain an unnatural coalition, where there are Greeks and Chams inside, where there are also communist leftists like the SMI, or even the center right like the Republican Party. So a coalition with any core, which lacked the program and strategy, but that unfortunately stalled on the burning of mandates, and the slogan “Rama Go Away!”.
Seventh, in these three, years the coalition has not been able to create its electoral program. Lulzim Basha tries to say everything himself, from the election promises, tax cuts, employment, tourism strategy, education and other like this.
The allies haven’t been able to forge a unified position with PD and Lulzim Basha, who takes them out of his pocket, whenever he needs their proposals, but does not discuss them in the opposition coalition, where some parties have different positions for which they point the finger at Lulzim Basha.
Someone says that Luli is responsible for the severe situation of higher education. It was Basha who never brought the law on Higher Education to the Constitutional Court, or had an arrogant and treacherous behavior with the residents of Unaza e Re, with the residents of Kukës.
But also with the cause of the National Theater, which are the missing causes of Basha. Are exactly his “betrayals” against the citizens, that have shown him in the eyes of public opinion very weak and tired, and this has the first sign since the time of the Tent, the several months protest in front of the Prime Minister’s Office in 2017.
Yesterday, Fatmir Mediu publicly argued his tough stance, and this has been the most critical and strong moment the Republican leader has ever had against him. Also in a statement for CNA.al, Dashamir Shehi said that the opposition coalition had problems, and everything is unclear.(Read here)
Another stance for CNA.al was taken by Agron Duka, who wanted the electoral system.(Read here) Shpëtim Idrizi or Vangjel Dule, seems to be in a different position. Monika Kryemadhi seems to have different position in relation to the opposition. Finally, a major issue in the coalition is the SMI itself, not only in its relationship with its allies in the coalition, but also in its relationship with the DP itself.
A force that behaves like a group of thieves with communist ideals, who seek to overthrow Edi Rama, and on the other hand, a good part of them flirt day, and night with the Prime Minister to make Lulzim Basha and others jealous, smilar to a PD-SMI race who kisses Edi Rama’s ministers more, or who flirts more with the country’s prime minister./CNA.al
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