Dear Director! I cannot not write to you this letter after reading the articles published in the last few days in the newspaper "Le Monde", on the occasion of the death of the Albanian leader, Enver Hoxha.
It is undoubtedly a right of your journalists to have an opinion on the social order of a country, for the ideas it defends and for its politics.
But it is totally unworthy to offend a people in its moments of mourning and pain, as happens in the articles of your newspaper. The Albanian people have a long and difficult history, so they do not understand well why they despair or how to express this desperation and for those who must hold this mourning.
The name of Enver Hoxha is inexorably connected with the bases, with history and with the construction of the new Albania.
This is what defines the greatness of his figure, and consequently, how great is despair. For me as well as for my colleagues, it was really strange to note that the newspaper "Le Monde", not making enough of the misinformation of these abusive writings, even hosted the statements of such a criminal as the son of ex-King Zogu, of this a ridiculous phantom that seeks to bring back to Albania the monarchical front, the same front that your France has overthrown two centuries ago, something which it is truly proud of.
Only gossips can wish Albania a step back in its history. I would be grateful if you can publish this letter, if you have the chance. I assure you, Mr. Director, my highest consideration for you.
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