By Elvi FUNDO
What is happening with the opposition in general and with the Democratic Party in particular, goes well with a well-known popular proverb “The village burns, while the whore is brushing her hair!”. This expression is very much in line with the current situation, but also about what could happen in the future.
But let’s stick to the actuality.
Who is taking advantage of this clash within the DP!?
With what is happening only one person benefits, and this doesn’t require any lengthy analysis. So only Edi Rama is benefiting. The DP is not winning because, as it is divided, and its base is now set up against chairman Basha.
The DP doesn’t win this situation, because the majority of the parliamentary group shows that they are “eunuchs and courtesans”, they don’t speak. The DP doesn’t benefit after an anti-statutory act was committed, with a personal decision of an autocratic leader who just loses, and has no civic courage to resign from the post he holds.
DP doesn’t benefit in any case. Those who are winning are only the government and Edi Rama. The facts speak for themselves. The new Parliament convened, where the ‘Rama 3’ government would be voted on, the ministers would be debated.
But nobody remembers anything, nobody paid any attention to the speech of the opposition leader Basha. No debate in Parliament, but only the hysterical laughter of Luli Bashe towards the speech that was delivering his deputy Saimir Korreshi.
This speech went viral on social networks, where citizens supported the MP for the truths he said in Parliament, and disgusted Lulzim Basha for his shameful behavior. Well, the facts speak one by one, that the DP is “burning”, while Luli Basha is “brushing his hair”.
It is burning because it is torn. It is burning because its deputies have shut their mouths. It is burning because its parliamentary group is divided. It is burning, because the electoral body of the Democratic Party is against the chairman. It is burning because the militants who resisted the opposition in 1997-2005, are today against Luli Basha.
Deputies are against him. The DP is weaker today than ever before. The DP is burning. While Luli Basha is just “brushing his hair”. He laughs with the speech of the DP deputy Saimir Korreshi, and appears in the media and declares all the authority, that there are no steps back in relation to the decision for the expulsion of Berisha.
He lies shamelessly and publicly, declaring that with Berisha’s ouster he defended the DP alliance with the USA, and that this decision will lead him to victories tomorrow. He has even incited some analysts in the media to say that the alliance with the US will bring Luli Basha to power.
How Basha will come to power only because he expelled Berisha from the DP, this can only be explained by the “great intellectuals” around Luli Basha, as no ordinary citizen and voter could understand this attitude. Beyond that, the DP can burn. And Luli Basha will continue to “brush his hair”.
He will do this for his wealth, for the villas he takes from the oligarchs, for the numerous accusations that have been made endlessly against him for selling mandates of deputies. He will continue to “brush his hair” for the increase of his brother-in-law’s wealth.
He will continue to “brush his hair” for the usurpation of the Democratic Party, as well as for his partnership with Edi Rama. But what will burn in the end is the Democratic Party. And the smoke, the flames are in the headquarters. They can be seen in the murderous silence, in the grief that every democrat has today, in the division that seems to be irreversible.
Maybe Basha understands this situation quite well. Perhaps there was no other alternative, but if he wanted the Democratic Party not to burn, he didn’t have to “brush his hair”. That alone would be enough, and the political situation of the opposition and its strength today would be many times greater. But we are facing the fact that DP is burning and Luli Basha is “brushing his hair”./CNA.al
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