After the call to the citizens for violence/ Ilir Meta returns to the way of God

4 Qershor 2021, 15:53, English CNA
After the call to the citizens for violence/ Ilir Meta returns to the way of God

On June 9, 2021, the parliament is expected to approve the report of the Special Parliamentary Commission of Inquiry for the dismissal of the President of the Republic Ilir Meta. According to the majority, which requested and launched this investigation, Meta violated the Constitution, calling for violence and civil war, before, during and after the April 25 parliamentary elections.

Investigations have concluded that Ilir Meta has violated 17 articles of the Constitution, thus paving the way for the Constitutional Court to dismiss him. On the other hand, the President of the Republic has tried to appear calm, as if nothing is happening.

Today, the head of state was on a pilgrimage to Elbasan at the ceremony of St.Joan Vladimir, and in a statement to the media, said that he was there to convey a message of coexistence for all different faiths.

So from the calls for violence Meta seems to have returned to the path of God, perhaps to find the serenity and love he once mentioned very often. Asked by reporters if he prayed to God not to be fired, he responded by quoting Jesus Christ as saying:God forgives those who do not know what they are doing.

Recently, the head of state has appeared calm in the media, behaving according to the principles that should have the President of the Republic. In fact, it is better to have a president who goes the way of God, than a head of state who makes public calls for violence and civil war, and who appears drunk before the media, and who threatens foreign ambassadors.

We have seen this kind of president before the campaign and during the election campaign. But, no matter how he acts and wherever he goes, Ilir Meta cannot solve the problems he has neither by people nor God himself./CNA.al

Pas thirrjes për rrëmbim kosash e sfurqesh/ Ilir Meta i kthehet “rrugës së zotit”


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