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Analysis of figures and mandates/April 25 elections will be decided by these 3 regions

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Analysis of figures and mandates/April 25 elections will be decided by these 3 regions

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Although it will take almost 3 more months, the parliamentary elections on April 25 seem to be at the door. The campaign has begun, and the parties are doing the math. From south to north, they count the expected votes translated into MP seats.

CNA.al brings a complete analysis of the votes and mandates in 3 regions, based on the figures of the last 3 elections, since it started voting with the regional proportional system. The figures are according to official data on the CEC website. A report on the figures, but also the situation and expectations, reveals that these 3 regions seem to be the electoral battlefield of April 25.

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They have together 64 seats, almost half of the parliamentary seats, and more than half of the population in the country. Edi Rama and the Socialist Party aim to retain 74 seats. Lulzim Basha, Monika Kryemadhi and their allies want the overthrow, while the new opposition Patozi-Topalli, want to be parliamentary factors. In many regions from north to south the results are almost expected and known as in Kukës, Korçë, Shkodër, Lezhë, Gjirokastër, Vlorë, Dibër etc.

Therefore, the battle seems to be focused on the 3 main regions of Elbasan, Durrës and Tirana, which have the majority of voters but also the mandates. In these areas, the election headquarters have already started the campaign, appointing the delegates.

i They have the largest number of population, consequently the largest number of seats. Meanwhile, they are governed by left-wing mayors. But they also have their electoral specifics, where Elbasan is seen to be leaning to the left, and in the last 3 parliamentary elections the Socialists have won 2 times, and once have drawn.

In this region, DP has appointed Gazment Bardhi as campaign leader, while SMI has appointed Monika Kryemadhi. But the opposition has lost the PDIU and the electoral force of Aqif Rakipi, who seems to distance himself from the Basha-Kryemadhi duo.
The Socialists have as their leader the campaign Taulant Balla, who has historically been elected deputy in this region. Democrats don’t seem to aim for victory here, but the draw that could be declared victory, as they recover 2 seats. In the last elections, DP plus SMI won only 5 out of 14 seats. Two mandates were taken by PDIU under the leadership of Aqif Rakipi, who is far from the coalition with Luli Basha and Kryemadhi.

The Socialists will aim to preserve the existing mandates and not allow Basha’s opposition to recover mandates in this region. In 2009, the two political camps were divided in a draw, while in 2013 the left-wing coalition won deeply, with 8 to 6 seats, and the SP has almost 30.000 more votes than the DP. The electoral advantage is also the local government, which in these elections is led by the socialists. In the previous 3 elections, the SP had the largest municipality of Elbasan in the region, but the DP controlled many of the communes and small municipalities of this region, which were changed after the administrative reform and ”donated” to Socialists at the table by Lulzim Basha, who boycotted the local elections.

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Durrës is seen as a stronghold for the DP, where Basha and Kryemadhi hope to secure not only a draw, but 2 additional mandates. The Socialists will try to maintain the victory, as in the last elections 2017, the DP won only 4 seats and the SMI 2, SP secured 8 seats, crushing the opposition. Durrës is one of the areas where Edi Rama and the Socialists are working more intensively than in any other region, this also with the reconstruction due to the consequences left by the earthquake of November 26, 2019. This region is seen as a bastion of the right, and in 2005 climbed the DP to power. But today we seem to be in a different situation.

Basha is represented in Durrës with recycled and politically consumed figures, such as Edi Paloka or Ferdinand Xhaferraj. The DP branch itself there is divided. Meanwhile, the Socialists have provided in their team the services of Lefter Koka, which weakens the SMI and strengthens the votes of the left. On the other hand, DP has additional votes of Agron Duka. In 2017, the Socialists won 8 seats, 4 more than the DP and 2 more than the current DP+SMI alliance. In 2009 the DP and the allies secured 7 seats, the SP 5 and the SMI only 1.

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Ferdinand Xhaferraj, kreu i PD në Durrës

And in those elections Durrës region had 13 seats. On April 25 there will be one more term, but the accounts are already different. The Socialists control the local government, “donated” by Basha’s non-inclusion in the elections in all local units.

In 2 of the last 3 confrontations, the Socialists led the main municipality, that of Durrës, but the DP had control of many municipalities in this region. Tirana is the epicenter of the political battle, as there are 36 mandates in the game. In the last 2 parliamentary elections, the opposition has suffered strong electoral losses to the point of trauma. In 2017, the DP couldn’t get more than 11 seats, none more than in 2013. Already adding those 5 of the SMI in a mathematical calculation doesn’t come out the winner.

The SP alone secured 18 of the 34 seats in 2017. In 2013, Tirana was again an embarrassing defeat, but Sali Berisha at the time was careful to minimize it because the campaign leader, Lulzim Basha, was elected as the “heir” at the helm of the DP.

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The Democrats won 13 seats in the coalition, while the Socialists won 19, of which 3 seats belonged to the SMI. SP had 5 mandates and almost 50.000 votes more than DP. Seeing the result of the 2009 elections, SP and DP are a draw, but the other two mandates (at that time there were 32 mandates in Tirana region), were taken by Ilir Meta and Fatmir Mediu, the first running alone, while the second in the coalition with DP.

Tirana region, which in some last elections had municipalities but also communes led by DP, such as Kamza, Vora, Kavaja, are already in the hands of the socialists. Electoral accounts in Tirana cannot be done without Erion Veliaj, who has taken over the campaign flag, being very active not only in the capital but also in Kavaja and Rrogozhina.
The opposition hopes a lot on the political consumption of Prime Minister Rama, for the scandals of the Socialists in these 8 years of power, where 4 years they have been with the main ally of the DP today, the SMI.

Rama and the Socialists see the opposition powerless, failed and without ideas, and will try to maintain or increase the mandates to govern the country and another 4 years. The enigma is solved on April 25 in exactly 3 of the 12 regions of Albania./CNA.al

Analiza e shifrave dhe mandateve/ Zgjedhjet e 25 prillit i vendosin këto 3 qarqe

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Three fresh lies of Monika Kryemadhi

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Monika Kryemadhi has tried several times yesterday to explain to the public why the Socialist Movement for Integration is running in the elections on April 25 with a separate list from that of the Democratic Party, and to show why the coalition will be only after election. As usual, she told the next lies, which every democrat or member of the SMI understands very well.

First, Kryemadhi said that with 2 separated lists she wants more inclusion of the albanians in the elections. In fact, what will happen to the opposition, will be the fact that it will burn more votes. Everyone already knows the reason why Kryemadhi and Basha couldn’t agree on building a joint coalition. The DP didn’t accept more than 12-14 SMI candidates on its lists. This also brought their competition with separate lists. So they are not competing separately for maximizing the vote, but because of not finding a consensus for the allocation of seats.

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Secondly, Kryemadhi stated yesterday that together with Basha they won the local elections of 2011. This is also a pure lie. In the elections for the Municipality of Tirana, Basha lost with 11 votes, and then it was Berisha who won. Rama was running for the fourth time and the scheme was clear, and let’s not forget the influence of the communist Hysni Milloshi. The third lie is the harmonization of programs.

In fact, SMI doesn’t have any electoral program. This party makes some formal promises to the public. But the only program of the SMI is the appointment in the administration of some trained thieves in these jobs. These are stories that are already known since 2009, and in case there is a harmonization of corruption, Monika Kryemadhi has no rival./CNA.al

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Basha-Kryemadhi agreement/ Revealed the posts will be given to SMI

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Basha-Kryemadhi agreement/ Revealed the posts will be given to SMI

Lulzim Basha and Monika Kryemadhi signed today their public agreement, with some points which were presented to the Albanians to justify running in the elections with 2 separate coalitions, and to show tomorrow that they were visually united.

And this because another thing is what heard the albanians, and another thing is what Basha and Kryemadhi have signed for the ministerial posts they will share, if their dream of power becomes a reality. But who are the government post that benefits Kryemadhi from the agreement with Lulzim Basha?

Ministry of Interior and the post of Deputy Prime Minister

According to official sources from the Democratic Party, Monika Kryemadhi has been promised by Lulzim Basha the post of Minister of Interior and Deputy Prime Minister. So she will be the number two of the government, and will hold the post of Minister of Interior.

A wish publicly expressed recently by Monika Kryemadhi, and which seems to have been strengthened very often by President Ilir Meta, who has these months has met with elements of organized crime, such as in Durrës, Korça and Vlora, with the bandits and criminals that Meta contacts promising that tomorrow the Ministry of Interior, in case Luli Basha wins, will be in the hands of his wife Monika, and they should be calm.

Ministry of Health

Another ministry is that of Health. Petrit Vasili, the minister sued by the DP in the Prosecutor’s Office during the time when Gazment Bardhi was Minister of Justice, during the co-government with Edi Rama, will take the post of Minister of Health in case of victory. Petrit Vasili is also a doctor by profession, and on the other hand he has occult connections with various agencies and entities that supply hospitals with pharmaceutical products.

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Ministry of Environment

A third name, but also a post already agreed between Lulzim Basha and Monika Kryemadhi, is that of the Minister of Environment, which is expected to be given to one of the leader of the SMI, Luan Rama.

Ministry of Education

It is learned that the Ministry of Education will be headed by Edmond Panariti, who earlier during the SP-SMI coalition, headed the Ministry of Agriculture.

Ministry of Culture, Youth and Sports

This ministry is expected to undergo changes, given the slogans used by the SMI for youth

or its support. The SMI can appoint Klajda Gjosha or Erisa Xhixho at its head. These are at least 4 ministerial posts that the SMI is expected to take from the next government.

Other important institutions are also discussed, such as the general directorates under the Ministry of Finance or structures in taxes, customs and other institutions and agencies of the Albanian government./CNA.al

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The national victory/How was built the Chamo-Greek coalition of Lulzim Basha

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The national victory/How was built the Chamo-Greek coalition of Lulzim Basha

Lulzim Basha has registered in the CEC his political coalition for the April 25 parliamentary elections. For the first time it happens that the Greeks of the Union Party for Human Rights (UPHR) and the Chams of the Justice, Integration and Unity Party (JIUP), unite together in a coalition, and Luli Basha, and even more Edi Rama, deserves credit for this development.

Let us look at the fact about the coalition, among those who say they are persecuted by the Greeks, and the persecutors themselves who are now together the other side by side. What politics hasn’t been able to do for more than 75 years, is solved by Lulzim Basha with the help of Edi Rama.

The fact and the details, show us and why was created the Chamo-Greek alliance, under the shadow of Luli Basha and the mandate he will forgive to these parties. In 2005, the then Prime Minister Sali Berisha took UPHR in his government, directing a ministry for 4 years.

In 2009, Vangjel Dule left the government after a visit by Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou to Tirana, who openly supported Edi Rama. So Dule left with the command coming from Athens, and in the election received only 18.000 votes, the historical minimum since its founding.

In the 2009 elections, the UPHR ran alongside Socialist Party, while Berisha joined in the coalition the Party for Justice and Integration (PJI) founded and led by Tahir Muhedini, the Cham community party, which won a parliamentary seat with nearly 15.000 votes, and entered government with the DP.

Then Shpëtim Idrizi creates another Cham party called Party for Justice and Unity (PJU), and the two parties merge into a single one in February 2011 becoming JIUP. In the 2013 elections, PJIU the Chams compete on the DP side and secure almost 45.000 votes. Meanwhile, UPHR in alliance with the SP, falls even more, with only 14.000 votes and again only one mandate.

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UPHR became again part of the government, and Dule was elected vice-president of the Assembly. In May 2015, Vangjel Dule left the coalition, precisely because of Shpëtim Idrizi of JIUP, who was also appointed vice-president of the Assembly.

Dule refused to be in the same level with Idrizi, and resigned. From that moment Vangjel Dule joined Lulzim Basha, who forgave him the mandate of deputy in 2017, where UPHR didn’t compete but entered the DP list. In the elections, Idrizi records another historical record, secure 76.000 votes, of which 30.000 in Elbasan, where it runs Aqif Rakipi.

In Tirana, Shpëtim Idrizi secures over 12.000 votes, but for some votes he cannot get the mandate of deputy. The Chams claim the votes were stolen by the Socialists. From that moment, Edi Rama removes the Chams from the government, and Idrizi joins the opposition of Lulzim Basha, but divided.

This is how the Greco-Cham alliance is born under the shadow of the DP, but neither Idrizi nor Dule appear together in a meeting. JIUP MPs pass with the government together with some exponents, while Shpëtim Idrizi and Mesila Doda hold the official party in opposition.

In the elections of April 25, 2021, the historical enemies, run for the first time together under a coalition.

This is also due to the behavior of Rama, who held Dule on his side, then he took Idrizi, then when one left, it was Rama himself who removed the other. Even because of Basha, who is in opposition, and would accept both because he is desperate, and sees these parties as forces that bring votes./CNA.al

Fitore kombëtare/ Si u ndërtua koalicioni Çamo-Grek i Lulzim Bashës

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